I had the day off for Presidents Day and decided that I could fish for several hours and still get some things done around the house. Since I wasn't going to be out too long I decided I'd do a little bank fishing instead of putting the boat in the water. I went to one of my secluded spots that not too many people go to. I had been fishing for a couple of hours and had caught a few channel cats and one small blue. It was turning out to be a good afternoon. There was a kayak in the river and he was very quiet and not disruptive at all. He waved and then came over and we talked for a few seconds. He went on about his fishing and I did mine. Then........ This older gentleman drove up and walked down the hill where I was. He spoke, I spoke and he walked about 20 yards up the shore. He saw the man in the kayak, which was about 100 yards from us, and yelled out to him. He was trying to carry on a screaming conversation about if the fish were biting and how it's nice to get out of the house. The man in the kayak humored him for a moment or two and then paddled downstream. So then he yelled over at me that he must have been stuck up or something. I said that maybe he was just trying to enjoy some quiet time and then mentioned something about catfish not liking a lot of noise. He got louder. He said that he wasn't fishing for catfish, he was fishing for bass and noise didn't make a difference. I smiled and wet about my fishing, thinking that he would go about his. I had four lines in the water and had them in my rod holders on the front of my truck. He asked if I was fishing on the bottom and I replied that I was. He started casting right over the top of where my lines were and said he wouldn't snag any of my lines. He was just plain inconsiderate and it rubbed me the wrong way. I fished for a little longer and left. I was nice though and wished him goodluck as I got in my truck and left. If I go to an area where someone is already fishing, I ask them If they mind if I fish near the area, but I try to set up away from them as not to be an inconvienence. I'm considerate of where their lines are and don't try to make a cast right beside them. I try to be as quiet as I can as not to disturbe the other fisherman.