|One of the very clear "No Fishing" signs in Riverside|
But what if he was fishing from the banks that are CLEARLY marked "No Fishing" by the Village the banks are in? Does he have any right to actually argue? He shouldn't be fishing there in the first place. Not more than 20 feet from him is at least one sign that says so. Meanwhile, these two men who chose to follow the rules and NOT fish from shore are being criticized. Why should they show etiquette to a person who was clearly choosing to not following the rules? Just because the shore fisherman doesn't agree with the no fishing rule doesn't mean that he doesn't have to follow it - Right?
Personally, I get very frustrated l when I am following the rules and can't fish in a spot because somebody who is choosing to not follow the rules is casting into the area that I want to fish. As a result, I do not really care about etiquette towards that person who chooses not to follow the rules - should I?