I am sorry about haveing to place this thread. How many of you have have had problems with stupid fools boating on the river? I can not count the times I found a hole and got all my poles out and ready for that nice catch when low and behold some dumb fool comes flying by at full throttle launching my boat and missing up my lines. I really hate it when they pass within a couple of feet at any speed. #1 The laws in Indiana to my knowledge is when passing an anchored vessel the boat passing is required to slow down and pass at a safe and slow speed (idle zone). #2 Any time from dusk tell dawn is all Idle zone and speeding is illegal. If you are passing a boat within a couple of feet that is anchored chances are you well catch their fishing lines which can damage the fishermans reel, pole, and definitly their lines. When you are at a distance flying by at full throttle you will cause the boat to rock making their anchors come loose and the boat to move and if you ever anchored next to a rock or tree and have had this happened you know the damage that can cause. Which this can also tangle lines creating more problems or worst yet knocking someone off into the water. So please when boating show people the common courtesy and be kind slow down. If I am wrong please let me know.