I had a very troubling experience this weekend while hunting black bear in PWS. I arrived early in the week to establish our camp. After setting up camp in the treeline of a cove and marking the camp with a blue tarp, I anchored my boat in the cove and went ashore to begin my hunt. Opening day, numerous boats approached the cove to recreate and paid no attention to the fact that I was clearly hunting the beach. (I made positive visual contact with each boat via mirror flash/binoculars) After kindly asking some kayakers not to enter my field of fire, they proceeded to spread the word amongst the other boating parties in the cove. Soon after, my serene hunting paradise turned into a romper room of activity, with small boats motoring to shore and kids kayaking and screaming. Obviously they didn't like me hunting in what they assumed was "their beach" on Labor Day weekend. The most vocal and rude boaters were aboard "THE RETRIEVER", a 30-ish foot Osprey with an inflatable palm tree on the back deck (no, I'm not making that up). They were rafted up with a few other boats anchored way too close to my boat and cheered/hooped/hollered loudly to disrupt our wilderness experience. If you know these folks, please show them this post. Maybe they can explain how it is they have come to believe that my usage of PWS is not as important as theirs. I'm proud to risk my life fighting for the freedoms of people like this...I'd just like a little courtesy in exchange.