When I was out the other day, I cruised up to a spot in my boat and set anchor. When I turned around to grab my rod, another boat just snuck in right behind me about 25 yards away using spot lock. I didn't say anything. I was catching but they weren't. The bite slowed so I moved to another spot and guess what, the same boat came by 5 minutes later, but this time set up even closer, directly upwind of me. They were so close, they blocked the worst of the wind and waves from my boat but I was still bobbing up and down pretty good. I ignored them and turned by back to them and focused on fishing. Once again, I started catching while they weren't, likely due to technique and jigging cadence. Some time went by and all of a sudden, I felt something crash into my boat. A bit of a scary feeling! I turned around to see that same boat bumping into my boat. The two occupants apologized profusely and then immediately left the entire area. It is likely that their battery(s) ran out of juice, killing the spot lock and the wind did the rest. Unfortunately shithawking has become part of fishing. People don't seem to have any pride left these days. I try to avoid fishing on weekends but the problem seems to be getting worse and worse.