like that one!
Not only are the Anchored Dudes creating a problem, those Green Buoys
set up not too long ago at the cuts create more danger than they serve
any safety purpose. They are a hazard.
I was out there for the first time this season on Monday. The two
green cans were tangled up together, like a blockade. If the buoys
aren't going to be maintained, then they should be removed.
Between the anchored guys and the green buoys, the inlet is more
dangerous than ever.
If under federal law the inlet is unnavicable, why are boats FLYING in and out of it
? If the law states that the inlet is unable to be navigated, it seems the people anchoring are ok, as they are stationary! Those who are navigating (flying through, or drifting) appear to be the ones breaking the law! If people would just pick a spot, everything would be easier, hence no complaints about trying to navigate an unnavicable inlet! This inlet was fine with anchored boats and drifters until it was open! I pulled out about 300 feet of line matted with muscles and seaweed...probably from someone who was drifting, and waited until the end of the drift to cut their line!
Your name says it all.
You have my vote for the Darwin Award Man of the year.
Now why couldn't anybody else figure it out before. It's all the **** guys in motion screwing up the inlet!
Thanks Dude. I needed a good laugh!!!
Figured I'd give someone a good laugh! Nice to see you didn't take it seriously.....I was hoping to fire everyone up for a bit! You like that part about pulling up the line?