How many of you keep the whopper bass, pike, crappie, cats, etc when u catch them? I'm talking the true trophies we would all love to catch. Last summer my sister got two big largemouths (22" 4 lbs and 24" 5 lbs). I snapped a few photos and she released them. This summer in that same spot my uncle and cousin each caught the same two bass (i'm convinced they're the same fish b/c the pond is smaller, i looked at the photos, and plus the measurements were exactly the same) I say this b/c we all say throw them in for another day, and in this case another day came and new people got to catch some personal bests! I know some people who are strict catch/eat people no matter the size, type, or regulations that apply. This really irks me. I love to keep fish to eat, but when people are so bent on keeping fish that they ignore size limits, number limits, season regulations, etc, I just get really angry. I mean, how much meat can you get off a 5 inch bluegill or crappie? About the only fish I keep are crappies, gills (sometimes), white bass, and stocked trout. I just feel really guilty if I keep a huge fish b/c I know it has been around for a while. I would feel really bad killing it just like that. I believe in the idea of releasing the whoppers so they can continue to spread their good genes and continue to provide awesome angling fun for others. Just my thoughts. What do you guys think?