I've seen numerous studies that suggest that, even with the best catch-and-release practices, fish mortality happens -- perhaps at a rate of 10 percent or more. So you tell me who is impacting the resource more profoundly: The angler who fishes once a week, catches a limit, and eats what's in the creel? Or the angler who sticks 30 fish a day, every day for a month, but lets them all go with the "clear" conscience of being a catch-and-release angler? How many fish are suffocated for photographs, put back in the water, only to die downstream? If you're going to kill a fish, you should own that act, shouldn't you?