I don't understand why people are like this.
When I first bought my Skeeter many years ago, I backed into a guy's trailer one morning. He was out on the water at the time. So, as pissed-off at myself as I was and scared of what this was going to cost me (my trailer was damaged too), I decided to leave a note on his window with my name and number telling him that I hit his trailer and to call me when he got off the water. About mid-day while on the water, the guy calls me. I apologized for hitting his trailer and offered to return to the ramp to discuss settlement. He told me to not worry about it and that a "few scratches" gives it character (it was more than a few scratches). He then thanked me for being honest and owning my mistake.
I got lucky and hit a extremely forgiving guy (wish I could remember his name) and did not have to pay. But if you did what I did, do the right thing and own your mistake.