LOL, thought I had heard of everything, until me, my brother, my son and grandson Nate were fishing on a lake in Oklahoma. We were moving spots on Keystone lake, and we see this boat coming on fast my brother was driving and I was in the forward seat watching the fish finder, and my brother said thats a highway patrol. Sure enough, it was, well we pulled along side the boat, and the patrolman had a reporter from a Tulsa paper in there with him. His first words to my brother was, are you the one driving this boat? My brother had not left the seat. Now I can testy when it comes to my fishing time. When I come home from after being away for 6 months at a time, I dont want to be hassled. I usually only get one day to fish, if I am lucky. I came very close to telling him, "No Nate (who is 6) was but we saw you coming, and he had a little to much beer to drink, so my brother took over when we saw you coming", but I didnt. I know these guy are doing a job, but it is really frusterating to be checked, check the boat, check the registration, check the number of life vests, they even told us we had the numbering wrong on our boat, we should have spaces inbetween them. The boat is a 2004, and my brother has been stopped on lakes before, no one said anything about those. I can see if we were all drunk or doing something dangerous, but we were idling thru a spot looking for fish. I wonder if he would have even bother to stop us if he didnt have the newspaper writer on board?