Me and the gf clearly beat a couple of guys to a hole. They were at the boat ramp when we pulled up and as they were paddling there flatbottom in they go turned around. We slid by in the canoe and continued. I was setting up the dog stand when they came in. They go are you plannin on huntin here. I said yea and I hear em go. Well that's too bad. You knew this is where we were headed. I knew they hunted the day before but didn't know where they were headed. They ended up telling me well looks like y'all can hunt with us or go on. 3 of them against me and my gf. I politely replied. No thanks I would rather find somewhere else rather than hunt with y'all. Is it not first come first serve. They also could have said while paddlin in hey man we are headed to the first hole. In the end we didn't kill crap and they killed em good. On our way out we paddled by an they had 3 ducks on the water and one cripple swimming off through the woods. There dog just sittin there on the stand. I had my dog get there cripple for em. Not to mention we counted well over 45 shots and there's a 15 shell limit. On our way out one guys wader shell loops were still full. You do the math. What can you do in that situation tho but go wow this is ridiculous and move on. So for you public land hunters, it doesn't hurt to talk to other hunters! Tell em where your headed, and show some respect and courtesy.