when I read other forums too often I’m reading rants about people hunting too close. Or people hunting in my spot....I’ve hunted that spot for twenty years...... I try never to rig out right down wind from another set up. Rigging to the side or lateral separation is better but how much is enough. Open water has mor room than a shoreside rig but at ,east a quarter mile is usually available. Sometimes, especially in the afternoon I’ll set up a shoreside diver rig along the shore. I especially like to do that in my barnegate Bay sneakbox. Then I add some divers. I find much less competition in the evening. How do you handle when someone is rigged where you planned to hunt. Another thing is the puddle duckers hate people who show up late. I often don’t leave the dock until legal shooting time or am on the water about then I. Never set up hours before legal time.