Yesterday, on the Kasilof the troopers showed up to checked out everyone. I do not have a problem with the troopers checking things out and upon being checked I had clipped the tails and had my license and permit on person. However, I learned something interesting from the trooper. First, I was under the impression that one had to "record your harvest before you leave the area" (as stated on the permit). As it turns out the trooper informed me that one must record the fish immediately upon landing the fish. Thus, one must make a slash mark for each fish brought to shore. I have a couple problems with this: 1). the area for recording a slash mark is 1.5 centimeter by 0.5 centimeters so I do not see how more than 15 fish could possibly be recorded in the space by even the tiniest writing; 2). I think the card would quickly be destroyed because of blood and water if required to record upon landing each fish; and 3). pulling down my waders each time to get at my permit would be a hassle. I called the Nicole "Nikki" Srazy at 907.235.8191 to get clarification on this. She was not in. The lady (not Nicole) who answered affirmed the rule that one must record each fish upon landing while dipnetting. I would like to hear others thoughts on this and whether those that net for large families (more than 55 fish) are able to record that many slash marks in the space provided.