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Drunks, crackheads and tweakers are nothing to be scared of, you just have to show them that you're crazier than they are. In their compromised condition, that's pretty easy to do.

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2 minutes ago, bfishn said:

Drunks, crackheads and tweakers are nothing to be scared of, you just have to show them that you're crazier than they are. In their compromised condition, that's pretty easy to do.

Yep, but I would just as soon avoid the whole deal.  Especially pulling away in the boat and leaving my truck behind.  I ran two guys off last year.

I was sleeping in my truck at Quarry Park about 10 years ago when I woke up to two trucks doing donuts around the campsite all hootin and hollerin.  Crazy drunk idiots were just looking for trouble.  I slipped into the front seat and took off when I had my chance.  

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34 minutes ago, snagged in outlet 3 said:

Yep, but I would just as soon avoid the whole deal... 

Understood. That's why I don't spend the time on my favorite lakes that I'd like to anymore. Wakeboaters have no respect for crazy. 😉

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Drunken/stoned teens will flop like a mop and scatter if you say you are gonna call their parents. 20-50 ish tweakers are gonna try to steal from you. Locking gas cap needed if tweekers spotted. Some Tweekers drained Larry’s tank on a float years ago. He gave them a jump start before we shoved off. Then they repaid him by draining his gas tank. Worthless people living like animals due to their addictions. Very Sad. Wish we could treat them or jail them so the could get clean.

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Although I have lived here longer (35 years) than I have lived anywhere before, I am very disappointed in the laws here about river access.  Where I came from a certain amount of the bank to the river mark was public land and there were normally accessible areas every 2 to 3 miles.  Mr. Agnew I totally understand what you are saying... I have also been to Jeff City for these "Meetings", and have a folder full of crap from the time that I found out that you could legally string bobwire across a river...lol....

I have also taken Water Quality testing classes with the Stream Team...  We may be right about the law, but when a landowner shoots you in the head.because of a gravel bar... wow, even in some of the places that I have been they would say that is a game changer.....  The State and those in power need to make these "Laws" clear, evident and written in stone.  I will not clean, walk, or test any stream where I feel there is a *&KHhole that feels he has the right to shoot someone in HIS RIVER...lol.

The government really just needs to get there crap together and not play favorites no matter what

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Think the state could exercise eminent domain to make all streams state property and give up all that tax money? How many millions of acres of stream channel do you reckon  there is high water to high water on all the water ways in the state? how much per acre are taxes on average farmland?  could the school system afford that loss of revenue, or would the next step be to raise taxes? 

I'd vote for that in a heart beat. Vote for a sales tax to off set it too.

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