Same.I don’t have an issue unless they are skylining then they are politely asked to move
Happened to me when an old boy lost his float and it drifted into my corner peg where it had taken some time to get them taking floatersIt doesn't just happen on matches... I was fishing a margin on a club water... stalking a big carp... the water was the colour of mud and there were tails waving over my bait and a winkle walks right up to the waters edge and bellows "blimey mate you wanna fish darn ere" all the fish bow waved out of the swim... I only said two words very loudly... and he did
Me and you getting old Dave ? . Yep, exactly. Proper kiss of death on the Trent while stick float fishing. I loved the bailiff at Higgin but, he insisted on standing on my skyline. Him throwing a stick and his Labrador bounding about like a nutcase. . And then he’d say .... I can see you’re struggling so, I’ll get off.It must be the era we are from mate, you don't hear the term skylining very often now. It used to be the kiss of death on the Trent. I've lost count of the times I have heard someone shout "gerroff me effin sky".