so my morning hunt started off with a commercial boat headed directly towards are water blind around 7am. my daughter and i couldn't believe the direct path the waterman was making towards are blind. he stops around 125 yards directly in front of our blind and proceeds to dredge. definitely a saftey issue if something was dumb enough to decoy in and for us to choot although when talking with a couple friends about this they said they would've chot even if a ruddy or bufflehead would've come in and wouldn't of gave a **** of the boat or persons on the boat got sprayed. as frustrated as we were we hoped he would slowly move away and we may get an opportunity later thinking we had good fowl weather and a good wind at our back. as he slowly moved south of us we hoped our luck would change. that was not the case as the boat did a 180 tuen and proceeded to come back and forth in front of us for 2 plus hours. he finally left and within a couple of minutes we finally had birds come in and ended before noon with a nice mixed bag. i was curious about the regs and when looking at the dnr site for commercial dredging the regs appeared to show the season was closed. i call the dnr today to confirm and they said the season was open and the commercial dates on the web site were wrong. they also said the regs requied a waterman power dredging to be 1000 feet from an occupied with decoys and said if we had any more issues that they would be willing to come out. he said the reg is 4-1037(2) if any of you find yourself in this position. i told them i would be concerned about having our blinds burned down or having them bait the waters near our blind and make a call about baiting. he laughed and said you have a valid concern.