I do like how they have explained things a little better, the storage and transport of fish, allocation of money, and a blurb about handling fish and delayed mortality for example. The maps they put in are much better than the ones we've had in the past. This better explanation and photos is going to give them a reason to hand out tickets. I think all of those who are still learning and mangling fish when filleting should take the whole fish home and clean them or dress them. Also I noticed the conservation officer on page 4 was the one I talked to this winter about the use of tulibees as bait. He mentioned that they are working on banning imported fish from the great lakes such as herring and smelts as bait to stop the spread of VHS (pg19) You would still be able to buy these baits in the store because this disease does not affect warm blooding beings. Once they ban it tip up fishing will change for ever and you can be sure that they will be pulling up and checking all tip up lines in a couple of year. He told me a disease like this would wipe a lake like tobin out in less then 2 years. Time for people to get local licenses for cisco's and tulibees and get on the bait market.