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    Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    Educate me here. Obviously it's better to pull up on the bank, but old man dluver's low testosterone levels make him have to piss 4 times an hour.

    Am I committing an abhorrent act by letting him piss off the stern?

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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    If he pollutes the stream, he's committing the abhorrent act.
    You're just the enabler.

    If he can carry it in, he can carry it out.
    Give him a bottle, or let him use the bailing can.
    OR ...
    With enough advance preparation, you can make this a non-issue:



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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    Easy to cast shade on would-be boat pissers from the comfort of your keyboard.

    Stakes are different when you’re on a pod of rising fish.

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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    I dont piss off the stern i did that once but got tangled in the anchor rope.

    To look good is to fish good

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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    Stakes are also different if your crushing beer all day.

    Once the seal is broken, it’s game over man.


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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by moosekid View Post
    Educate me here. Obviously it's better to pull up on the bank, but old man dluver's low testosterone levels make him have to piss 4 times an hour.

    Am I committing an abhorrent act by letting him piss off the stern?
    Did you get a new boat? If not, I would just piss on the deck..

    "I'm not out on the river to win." -Kieth Rutherford

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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by lightenup View Post
    Did you get a new boat? If not, I would just piss on the deck..
    @LU if I pissed as far as you can cast — I’d barely be able to make it out of the boat

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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    [QUOTE=Pete;260030]If he pollutes the stream, he's committing the abhorrent act.
    You're just the enabler.

    If he can carry it in, he can carry it out.
    Give him a bottle, or let him use the bailing can.
    OR ...
    With enough advance preparation, you can make this a non-issue:
    [img]http://www.njflyfishing.com/vBulletin/images/imported/2019/04/817Ahp3c7UL_SY450_-1.jpg[/img


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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    I don't like pissing off the boat. The water is often cold and deep.

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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by WBDluver View Post
    I dont piss off the stern i did that once but got tangled in the anchor rope.
    Did you get your imagination out of the rope in one piece?

    Roll up the windows Brian, you're letting the stank out.

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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by dcabarle View Post
    I don't like pissing off the boat. The water is often cold and deep.
    I have experienced the same chilling effect of pissing off
    The boat . There’s also the danger of a snapping turtle
    Snapping at it. I wouldn’t want the poor turtle to break
    His beak.....


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    Re: Drift Boat Etiquette: Pissing from the Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by moosekid View Post
    Educate me here. Obviously it's better to pull up on the bank, but old man dluver's low testosterone levels make him have to piss 4 times an hour.

    Am I committing an abhorrent act by letting him piss off the stern?
    The new Simms G5 wader for the mature angler has a built in area
    That accomodates an “ all day “ Depends under garment. Just make
    Sure he disposes of it properly at days end , and doesn’t fling it out the window of his truck on the way home.


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