Originally Posted by rmooney
IF the body of water you are fishing on has a solid population of fish in it. and the people that sponsor catch and release are most likely members of the department of natural resources or other organizations.
How the heck am I supposed to know how many fish are in the water. I think you mean 'Paid employees of the DNR' and as far as the organization go. They to me play an important rollin keeping the waterways clean and the surrounding residents happy to see fishermen come. I know they have people come out there with a six pack and a bag of chips and toss it all on the ground when he left, but people like that are everywhere. I also have seen these clubs get a bit possesive of these 'public' waters when they main them. That's not right, but then again if it weren't for them I probably wouldn't stop to fish there in the first place because it wouldn't be as appealing. Everything has it's good and bad points when people are involved.