It's certainly not uncommon for state wildlife agencies to bust a move every once in a while that makes you go, huh? But the state of Massachusetts recently launched an unprecedented survey that really has me scratching my head, and has anglers crying foul. A random sampling of licensed saltwater anglers are receiving bribes of $15 to $500 in the mail. If they cash the check, they must also turn in their license for one year and stow the rods until 2013. So why would the federal government do such a thing?