According to the bill, "Angler satisfaction more than any other factor is the prime determinant in deciding whether or not to make return visits to the fisheries of New York. More fishermen equates to more money for local economies in terms of fuel, food, lodging, tackle and rental purchases. The new law doesn't change creel limits so there can be no negative impact by over-harvesting fish. Proponents like Bishop have lobbied hard for the law change. "I think it's going to do a lot of good," said Bishop, who enjoys fishing out of the Genesee River on Lake Ontario, trolling for salmon and trout. Neighboring New Jersey and Michigan already had three-rod rules.