true but in the east fork the river is wide enough if a boat goes by you on top trimmed
out if he gets as far to one side as he can when he goes by, the wake will flatten out before it gets to you.
but no the shoe clerks will see how close they can come to you without scraping the paint off the side
of your boat. then want to do a u-turn when they get beside you.
but in the bayou it is to narrow for the wake to flatten out and the idgits will only slow their boats down
enough to come down off plane and the bow still sticking half up in the air making a big plow out if the
bow where it is pushing a 4 foot swell even worse when most of them are ocean liners that should be
down in the gulf . The dummy's think they did you a favor by slowing half way down and washing you
plumb up in the trees and onto the shore. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR WAKE.
I think we found common ground, lol. I often see a boat coming and slowing down and I will wave them through, much less wake. I was on some fish last year in Caney late in the year and I can not tell you the amount of boats that were just driving back and forth with no clue to what they were doing or where they were going. I would see them come by at half throttle and give me a ride, I would hear them go around the bend, run aground or hit something and turn around and come right back by me at half throttle. I must admit........I got a little frustrated.
I have no use for wake boats or jet skis. But it is public water I guess. I would argue they have no place above the 1960 bridge or at least up any of the creek or river systems...but good luck pushing that agenda!