Need some input here, but first some quick background. I launch primarily out of St Clair city launch which is 2 lanes, so weekends and when the bite is on, things get a little backed up with one launch and one retrieve lane (at least it supposed to be but it’s not followed very often). My question is this, when you witness someone that is not efficient at launching or is in need of some advice what’s a respectful approach? Recently I was retrieving after dark when a young guy (20s) and his girlfriend were launching next to me. Not only did 3 boats retrieve while he was still launching, but he had his headlights on the whole time instead of switching to parking lights. I mentioned something to him “hey can I give you some advice for launching at night?” But it wasn’t well received. I generally mind my own business but I cant help but observe others launch habits while I’m there. I’ve certainly picked up a few tricks from others along the way. And let me add, most regular fisherman are respectful and efficient at the process. New boaters don’t bother me much, but people who seem to be in their own world get under me skin.