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  • My summer rant

    Well yesterday was an odd day for me. Been boating for 16 years and I guess I’m getting old.

    I came down to put ice in our chest and some a55hat decided to let my boat down off my lift . I hadn’t put rear ropes on my dock so the nose got scratched up. Went back to lakehouse and grabbed buffer, compound . Fixed that perfect took me hour .

    We head over to a nice quiet cove to wake skate . I hop in and have one good run and notice a great looking G23 black bottom with reef on the sides coming in(keep in mind this is one of the largest man made lakes) . He’s pulling a tuber. Not only did he not slow down , he instead starts zig zagging through a cove with his tube . Then he power turns as one rider fell off , one after another.

    He ruined that cove for anyone trying to actually enjoy a water sport rather than be pulled around on an inflatable toy.

    He should know better and honestly I was embarrassed . There were 3 other boarders who had to leave due to this A55HAT.

    Eufaula lake , black bottom , reef side , G23. Learn boat etiquette , the lake is not yours . We share it and you can pull your inflatable toy all over the lake but if you see boarders slow down and give some respect .
    Last edited by lucky7t; 07-09-2018, 10:07 AM.
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    I was in the water this past weekend after falling during a slalom run. Instead of turning around, I had a guy driving an I/O drive around us. His wake was huge and ruined the water for me. At least he was pulling skiers instead of tubes.
    Ski on dude!

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    • #3
      The amount of wakwsurfers killing butter at 8am is killing me here these days. BRUTAL
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      • #4
        People messing up nice water is rude and annoying but, I think, is mostly due to ignorance. Now, someone lowering boat in the water, that is quite intentional and malicious!!!


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        • #5
          This is a sore subject for me . There was a time when you saw an inboard boat you could count on the driver being experienced and well groomed in boating edicate . Those days are gone now anybody with the money is jumping on the surfing craze . As these surf barges get bigger and bigger they are all heading for the butter in the ski cove because everybody knows a G doesn't do well in any rough conditions and you need absolute glass to surf. A little courtesy goes a long way unforchinitly there is so little courtesy that its surprising when you find it.
          Last edited by Nautiquehunter; 07-12-2018, 03:53 PM.

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          • #6
            Ha, this is how my whole crew feels about surfers. We live on a rather small lake and someone runs a commercial surfing business on the lake. They are out there from 9am-8p every day. Kills me when when theres glass out there getting murdered by surf wakes. Ive always surfed when the water is crap, really the only reason I like to surf as its something to do when the water isnt good. Guess Ill stick to those 7am sessions..


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            • #7
              Yes I do agree ...

              People nowadays buy a boat and drive it like the bad guy on roadhouse swerving around as if they are the only one in the lake , drives me crazy .

              Yes we see surfers in coves as well . Yes the waves are huge . No way Im wake skating through that , its like an obstacle course


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              • #8
                If this was only exclusive to boating...

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                • #9
                  So much for ever being able to fish on a 12 foot aluminum boat any more..... if it aint waterskiers, its wakeboarders. If it aint wakeboarders, its wakesurfers. If it aint wakesurfers, its tubers I tell ya!....... Oh, and get off my lawn!!!

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                  • #10
                    Ha, yes I remember skiers getting pissed at us wakeboarders back in the day for screwing up their water. The lake is meant to be shared but common curtesy can always appreciated. Such as the surf business I mentioned cutting us off with my 6 year old skier in tow. If I see some old timers ready to ski I cut the engine and wait to get my set in... Id be less bitter if the surf business wasnt always out there and if they actually paid lake taxes like the rest of us


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                    • #11
                      Most people don't have courtesy, etiquette, manners, or even any idea how what they are doing would effect any one else.

                      I mean the above about everything in life. Not just this subject. And it is not really possible to teach people courtesy, etiquette, manners. 90% of people think their way is just fine...And don't have the ability or desire to look at a situation from another point of view.

                      So it is pretty much a bad situation. Because as has been said the quantity of people with boats is higher, and the boat are bigger and heavier, and the sports they are doing cause more water disruption then the past.

                      I hate to sound pessimistic but it is a real bad problem. We try to go early, but then other people do to.


                      Keep in mind if your surfing that you are pushing more water then anyone else...so i would be a bit humble about everyone else not having good manners. the reality is that it does not matter what a person spends on a boat, a guy tubing has as much right as anyone to screw up the water. And a guy can park his fishing boat in the middle of your channel if he wants, etc....It is tough.

                      I wish we could just schedule time on the lake or something....
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                      • #12
                        I'm relegated to mostly weekends with younger kids and earlyish bed times, but there has been a fairly exceptional amount of stupid when we've been on the water this year - primarily from people just driving way too close and being completely oblivious to their surroundings (tubers, skiers, boarders all included). We do a bit of hanging out and floating out of the way, and several times I've had people towing pass within 50-feet of me, some as close as 30-ish when I'm anchored only 100 or so feet off the shore line...

                        The ones that make me chuckle though are the drivers that follow the shoreline like they're attached to it. It's like they've never taken the time to think about how much it sucks to ski/ride when the boat never goes in a straight line.

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                        • #13
                          Yep, true dat. My wife is kind enough to take me quite often, when the boys aren't available. I had to tell her not to follow the shoreline..."If you can take me please do, but this is not the time to check out all the neighbors back yard"....urgg...."Go in straight lines".

                          But yeah, she pretty much goes 50 feet or so near people, no matter what I say. I think it seems far enough to her when she considers the distance to their boat. She does not consider the g wake coming at them...

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                          • #14
                            During a surf comp we had a tuber go right between shore and the course right behind the boat!! They were clueless as to what they were doing wrong meanwhile boats are idling around watching and jet skis are picking up fallen riders....


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