and (not Chris Richardson).... I would have politely asked you to remove your boat from my fishing spot first haha
Seriously though, the ones that don't say anything are the ones that know better (especially when they wont even look at you). It happens man, its not right but it happens.
I had my wife and son out there Wednesday evening on the spillway hump. We located a school of hybrids up shallow and backed off of them on anchor. I'm try to stay off of shallow hybrids and keep the boat as far away as possible so they don't spook. I put the school at the limits of my cast for a reason.
fter about 5 minutes we were catching a fish every throw off the right front of the boat. A certain white haired fisherman that I see all the time on Cedar Creek comes in and sets up a drift up wind of us and on the left side where we are not casting. It think perfect hes going to stay off our fish but will probably still pick up a few himself. That goes on for a couple of drifts and then he cant stand to watch us catch them any longer. He idles is boat up our left side and then right across my bow and kills his motor right where my lure is landing to start another drift. We never catch another fish and my once excited boy doesn't get to net anymore fish... Talk about a pissed dad, mostly because he knew better. We ended up leaving that spot and caught them way better in another one so it all worked out.
One thing to keep in mind though. There is a lot of pressure to put people on fish when you're out guiding. Most good guides will try to keep their clients off of "community holes" or spots with boats but sometimes you have no choice but to join in. However, there is a right and wrong way to approach an area that is being fished by others. If he's even a decent guide he didn't need you or your marker to find fish. Its probably just a coincidence that you and your marker happened to be sitting in a spot that hes been catching fish on the last couple of days. I've had locals buzz by and see me killing the hybrids on a spot, then beat me to it the next day and suddenly I'm encroaching on their "spot" hahaha.
At the end of the day there are respectful fishermen, rude fishermen, and fishermen that just plain don't know any better. It's always been that way and always will be.