First time boater trying to launch at West Branch yesterday afternoon. I offered twice to help the guy unload but he was too impatient and backed into the concrete and then the wooden portion of the dock. He had the rope to the crank unhooked and the boat got stuck in the dock when he hit it. He then he pulled out and the boat landed on the skeg. He kept pulling up and snapped the lock down feature of the motor. Don't know if he bent the tongue of the trailer or if it's supposed to bend like that. Bet his prop is shot too. Regardless the trailer was waaaaay too small for that heavy a boat. Plus if I was a first time boater I would be more than grateful for an offer to help from someone who has somewhat a clue on how to unload a boat. Two hours later he was still there. I'm not going to show the pictures that show him. Too embarrassing. Fishing was OK too. Crappie and perch off of minnows in front of fallen trees in the deeper water.