So let's hear it. What's your definition of etiquette in a fishery that's 1 square km in size with 50-150 boats all fishing different depths, speeds and directions? Keep in mind that this very much a bottom bouncing fishery to a lot of guys. I know what I do, I know what's "the right way" and the legal way but it'd be great to show how many opinions there are. I personally try and drag bottom as much as possible so I pick a depth like 80' and follow the contour, taking an occasional swing towards shore to bounce. So YES that means swinging wide when heading West at the point (pink building). When I'm heading East toward the marker I just assess who's where and turn right or left to avoid people as much as possible. Typically on that turn I'll raise or lower my gear to follow bottom at my new depth. I've tried keeping Right Rod To Shore and there is NO CHANCE that can happen there. What do you do?