I just wanted to throw this out there and see what you guys think. If I am steelhead fishing on one side of the river, and it is obvious that the hole is on my side, should I be getting mad when someone clear on the other side of the river puts on a big bobber and casts all the way over to the hole? The hole is not that big, and the guy's bobber literally drifts close enough to me where I could reach down and grab it half the time. His drifts are probably about 20 yards long. I have to wait for him to reel it in before I can even make a cast most of the times. Understand that I am usually the first one there. If this guy had gotten there before me, I would have no complaints. I don't mind sharing a hole with someone, but when I constantly have to wait and adjust my casting, it annoys me. The funny part is that times when it's been sunny and on a particular cast I didn't see his bobber and I cross him, he gets all ticked off. Am I in the wrong here?