You want proof of what I mean by more regulation is needed?
One random sting OP, listen up....
"**** Island Lodge in Sitka was cited from a random undercover sting operation in 2009. Charges include (this will blow you away) : failure to imediately record king salmon catches, recording a king salmon catch on the license of someone who wasn't fishing that day; failure to record catch of yelloweye and catching an overlimit of yelloweye, wasting sport caught fish; fishing for Dungeness crab w/ unmarked pot and gear; using shrimp pots marked w/ a private Sitka residents name (stolen);hauling sport pots for clients, furnishing the shellfish for dinner to clients and other guests; putting out an overlimit of poles; keeping an overlimit of halibut; providing inaccurate and false information in a logbook; failure to submit a saltwater logbook for one of the 3 days of the trip. The guide was charged w/ a violation in aiding or permitting the commission of a violation, making false entries in a sportfish logbook;and fishing in excess of the maximum number of fishing lines. The charging documents included a narrative explaining the guide put fillets of halibut over the limit in a bag w/ a 10lb. weight and suspended the weighted bag over the side of the boat where it could be disposed of if contacted by Law enforcement."
WOW!!! That is one routine audit pulling the name of a charter outfit out of a hat. That my friends is provocative to say the least