Lately there has been some friction between trophy/tourney/R&R only people, and people who employ whatever legal means available to catch catfish for food or fun. One issue is CPR, and opinion on how catfish should be regulated to promote more trophy size fish. Another is a maximum length limit that a person can keep. It seems like the folks who use alternative methods are not too hung up on what size fish they catch. That's why I'm posting this here. I was curious about how many alt. method people feel about a regulation that would only allow you to keep 1 fish over 32" per day. Would such a reg. affect your fishing? For the record, I am supportive of this proposition. It seems a fair compromise. Only recently has Mo. differentiated between blues, and channel cats in the regs. You used to be able to keep 10 of either, or both. Now, you can keep 10 channels, 5 blues, and 5 flats. I think that was a good step. You can keep more fish daily, but regulates the harvest of blues. I was just curious how this type of reg. would affect alt. method fishermen, and if you could support such a measure.