In Ohio you are allowed to keep one flathead per day over 35inches. I persoannly think that is to many, I think one flathead per year over 35inches would be much better. And I think it should work like the deer checking stations, you must have the fished checked in and documented. I belive you are only allwowed to harvest one buck per year in ohio.. I believe our mature flatheads deserve as much respect as our trophy bucks. I know again it would be hard to inforce, but maybe it would make people think twice about havesting 25 -30 or more flatheads per year over 35 inches. I could live without the fish check stations, but I think one per day over 35 inches is way to many. I would also like to see limits set on channel catfish, as of now we have a 6 fish limit on lakes under 700 acres..I would like to see that extended to all large lakes, and all rivers and spillways. I have seen people draging ropes of big channels cats from spillways in the spring that had to hold upward of 60 fish. We also have a stocking program on channel catfish, and many times I have seen people remove buckets fulls of 8-10 inch channel cats..For gods sake let them grow up a little, or you might as well buy them from the hatchery.