Here's a great reminder that your privacy online pretty much means nil. Think only your friends are looking at your Facebook posts and Tweets and Instagram shots? That's just not true, which is why I always laugh when people get nailed for crimes and such because they post shots of their wrong-doing on social media. Now, if you're a fisherman in New York State, listen up. According to this story on Syracuse.com, NY DEC, as of April 1 of this year, is cracking down on out-of-season fishing by combing the social sites. All anglers obviously should know the rules, and in New York, there are several species that cannot be targeted—period—out of season on certain bodies of water, even if you intend to catch and release. Now maybe you're trout fishing and happen to smash a 7-pound bass out of season as bycatch. The DEC cares not. If you post a photo of an out-of-season fish on your newsfeed, regardless of circumstances, it could cost you $250.