I'm really not sure if this is an appropriate place to post this or not so sorry if it's not. Just need to blow off some steam. The other day I was fishing below truman and there were several guys fishing next to me. It was apparent they were not avid fishermen . . . as in they probably only wet their lines a couple times a year. Anyway, they pulled a fish in and one guy commented it was a nice crappie so I glanced over to see a small white flopping on the end of their line. One of the other guys piped up and told him it was a largemouth not a crappie. Obviously trusting this guys judgment they all murmer in agreement. I also hear many arguements over what type of catfish has just been reeled in and most of the time they get it wrong. Many times I have tried to help them out by politely offering my advice (I don't know everything there is to know but I at least can tell my fish apart) and most of the time I get a cold shoulder. I know this is something I should not get mad at, but it really peed me off. I have nothing against new fishers, in fact I love seeing people getting hooked on the sport. However, it annoys the crap out of me when people that never fish think they know everything about it. Am I the only one that gets annoyed by this? Should I just bear with it to help the expansion of our sport or am I justified in my irritation?