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Shrimping Etiquette / Boat Ramp Etiquette

Discussion in 'Shrimping Clinics - Learn How to Shrimp' started by Nautical Gator, Mar 29, 2016.


  1. 311sarge

    311sarge Powder Monkey

    I don’t think there’s any regulations but if your approaching a busy boat ramp at night with other boaters trying to back trailers down and load boats and you have headlights that are bright and reflecting off the water, your not gonna be very popular. Like the topic says “ etiquette “. Guess I’m old school and if I wouldn’t want it done to me... I’m not going to do it to someone else.
     
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  2. Baccarac

    Baccarac Blackbeard

    i'll add another thing. Anytime you're shrimpers are out but especially when it's crowded stay at idle when you're coming through the boats. I'm not that small of a boat but some small boat gets rocked pretty bad. The main problem for me and the rest of you shrimpers is the jerk that comes flying through their rocks boats and pulls anchors there's nothing better than having to reset because of some jerk.
     
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