Don’t get me wrong folks , I am not against anyone wanting to get on the water for some relaxation and to enjoy the pursuit of the greatest game fish ever . But when the method you use in this pursuit is obstructive to the guy next to you and is contrary to the beloved sport of fly-fishing then it is time to reconsider your approach . There is a standard of etiquette that must be followed so that we can all enjoy the sport in harmony . In the summer we rotate through the pool giving each rod a chance over the different sweet spots , much the same for spring where you drop down river with your boat . It is just plain rude when you are sitting in your boat next to shore and have a guy in a motor boat troll past you on the inside practically in your face and right over your line .The Miramichi River is host to the most famous of all game fish and the sport of fly-fishing goes back hundreds of years . We owe it to ourselves and the generations to follow to protect this beloved sport . If you find casting difficult then let your line off the back of the boat but don’t be running around with the motor running dragging the line behind you . And besides fly-fishing is just as productfull as trolling in most cases . Old Stan Church fished at this camp for more than 50 years using the long line approach and he hooked literally hundreds of salmon in that time . And there is also the issue of a bunch of two stroke outboards spilling oil and gas fumes in the air and water . It is one thing to run your little 15 hp for a few minutes to get to your location and then shut it off but it is quiet another when there are maybe 25 motors running constant for several hours in that same area .