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Boat Ramp Etiquette #8070457 11/30/20 10:00 PM
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The boat ramp is for launching and loading boats, not taking pictures of your limits of gray ducks! Get the f### outta the way of the ramp, and take your pictures elsewhere. This last Sunday a group of jack wagons decided to take up half the ramp at the 99 bridge, all so they could take pictures. There where boats trying to load, but they where inconsiderate choches and where only concerned with their little photoshoot. I'm done with my rant carry on.

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Amen!

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Did you photobomb?

I’m surprised it took until the split to get the boat ramp thread started. Folks must be on good behavior this year because of the cooties.


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I’d rather take pictures of gadwall than spoonies, lol.

It happens, if you want to throw that big of a fit, find another ramp.


See y’all around the campfire.

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The ones that get my goat is the slack jawed hammer head in a one lane ramp with a line that waits to spend 15-20 minuteds bottle butting around putting their gear in the boat till they have the ramp blocked... they seem to be out in numbers on holiday weekends. The ramp is for putting boats in and taking them out of the water.

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Re: Boat Ramp Etiquette [Re: rickym] #8070643 11/30/20 11:56 PM
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Originally Posted by rickym
I’d rather take pictures of gadwall than spoonies, lol.

It happens, if you want to throw that big of a fit, find another ramp.

I can throw a bigger fit if you want. Just frustrating people are that inconsiderate of others.


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Originally Posted by SpoonieGod
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I’d rather take pictures of gadwall than spoonies, lol.

It happens, if you want to throw that big of a fit, find another ramp.

I can throw a bigger fit if you want. Just frustrating people are that inconsiderate of others.


You know what’s even more frustrating is, lake namers/boat ramp namers!

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Originally Posted by duckiller
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I’d rather take pictures of gadwall than spoonies, lol.

It happens, if you want to throw that big of a fit, find another ramp.

I can throw a bigger fit if you want. Just frustrating people are that inconsiderate of others.


You know what’s even more frustrating is, lake namers/boat ramp namers!


Facts, you wanna go harass some people at the boat ramp next weekend dk?
If we haven’t limited and left by the time spoonzilla arrives!


See y’all around the campfire.

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There is nothing more annoying that kids playing at a boat ramp.

I durn near came to blows at lake grapevine during summer one day trying to get off the lake after fishing. Ray hubbard can get stupid too.


Either way drag them boys at the ramp. Don't get on here and yell at the sky.

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Originally Posted by duckiller
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I’d rather take pictures of gadwall than spoonies, lol.

It happens, if you want to throw that big of a fit, find another ramp.

I can throw a bigger fit if you want. Just frustrating people are that inconsiderate of others.


You know what’s even more frustrating is, lake namers/boat ramp namers!

Yeah seems frustrating people would do that. We need to keep it a secret so others can’t enjoy the outdoors and shoot ducks


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It's all good. South Shore was just as bad

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Originally Posted by SpoonieGod
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I’d rather take pictures of gadwall than spoonies, lol.

It happens, if you want to throw that big of a fit, find another ramp.

I can throw a bigger fit if you want. Just frustrating people are that inconsiderate of others.


You know what’s even more frustrating is, lake namers/boat ramp namers!

Yeah seems frustrating people would do that. We need to keep it a secret so others can’t enjoy the outdoors and shoot ducks


You ever thought that maybe the reason those “jack wagons” were there to begin with is because of lake namers like yourself?

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Considering this was my first post on here in a year, I can confidently say no. Y’all would prefer no one to duck hunt, but yourselves. You can pull the stick outta your waders and azz


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Originally Posted by rickym
I’d rather take pictures of gadwall than spoonies, lol.

It happens, if you want to throw that big of a fit, find another ramp.



I bet you shoot Black Cloud and aim at the birds at 1000 feet in the air.


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I’d rather take pictures of gadwall than spoonies, lol.

It happens, if you want to throw that big of a fit, find another ramp.



I bet you shoot Black Cloud and aim at the birds at 1000 feet in the air.

Rio actually


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Originally Posted by SpoonieGod
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I’d rather take pictures of gadwall than spoonies, lol.

It happens, if you want to throw that big of a fit, find another ramp.



I bet you shoot Black Cloud and aim at the birds at 1000 feet in the air.

Rio actually



LOL


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Typical day in Rockport, Aransas Pass, Port Aransas on the weekends.

I'm a pretty patient guy, but sometimes my good nature is tested.

I am continuously surprised at the number of people that have no concept of respect and moving your [censored] out the way.


The boat slip is not a place to hang out and socialize, not a place for long dramatic pictures.

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Originally Posted by duckiller
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You ever thought that maybe the reason those “jack wagons” were there to begin with is because of lake namers like yourself?


This!

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Typical day in Rockport, Aransas Pass, Port Aransas on the weekends.

I'm a pretty patient guy, but sometimes my good nature is tested.

I am continuously surprised at the number of people that have no concept of respect and moving your [censored] out the way.


The boat slip is not a place to hang out and socialize, not a place for long dramatic pictures.



Those are tame, now bird Island that summer they went all Gestapo and where hauling rigs away after the cabled the parking area.... Now that was epic. You could tell when parking lot was almost full, full panic would kick in🤣🤣


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I guess it's just the old paranoid public hunter in me, but the last dam thing I'm doing back at the ramp is advertising. Get out quickly and don't draw any attention to myself.


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Originally Posted by SpoonieGod
The boat ramp is for launching and loading boats, not taking pictures of your limits of gray ducks! Get the f### outta the way of the ramp, and take your pictures elsewhere. This last Sunday a group of jack wagons decided to take up half the ramp at the 99 bridge, all so they could take pictures. There where boats trying to load, but they where inconsiderate choches and where only concerned with their little photoshoot. I'm done with my rant carry on.



Did you mention to them in a friendly way that there were people waiting on them?

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You seem fun.

I bet they had their lights on when they launched that morning too grin


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Originally Posted by SpoonieGod
The boat ramp is for launching and loading boats, not taking pictures of your limits of gray ducks! Get the f### outta the way of the ramp, and take your pictures elsewhere. This last Sunday a group of jack wagons decided to take up half the ramp at the 99 bridge, all so they could take pictures. There where boats trying to load, but they where inconsiderate choches and where only concerned with their little photoshoot. I'm done with my rant carry on.


I will try to be more considerate of others launching and practice better boat ramp etiquette! up

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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
Originally Posted by skinnerback
Typical day in Rockport, Aransas Pass, Port Aransas on the weekends.

I'm a pretty patient guy, but sometimes my good nature is tested.

I am continuously surprised at the number of people that have no concept of respect and moving your [censored] out the way.


The boat slip is not a place to hang out and socialize, not a place for long dramatic pictures.



Those are tame, now bird Island that summer they went all Gestapo and where hauling rigs away after the cabled the parking area.... Now that was epic. You could tell when parking lot was almost full, full panic would kick in🤣🤣



I bet! roflmao

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