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Old 10-14-2012
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Re: who had right away?

Why the hell sail near the lobstermen anyway, they are putting traps or lines in the water or removing it which can seriously impede you boat. There is knowing all the Colleregs rules and being able to recite them ( important) and then there is the real word reality. Big boat rule. Be predictable to another boater, respect on the public airwaves, So much good advice in this thread....question is will you follow any of it, or will you challange it. When I am out sailing I not out there to get into confrontatations. In this case passive agressive avoidance is ok. Piss off the lobsterman..some day when you break down...need assistance...they will steam right buy you as they are a very tight knit community from what I have seen.

Keep screaming at them Maybe they will post a picture on the wall of you and yo
pur boat in their lobesterman post office. ( smile)
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