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The easiest answer for all of us that were not there is to say turn them in: http://www.azgfd.gov/ogt.shtml or http://www.azgfd.gov/ogt_form.shtml You know the deal Bob, it's easy to hide behind a keyboard!My initial thought was to ask 1) if you talked with them 2) were they locals or snowbirds - but do these questions really matter as responsible sportsman know the rules. It all boils down to how far YOU want to take it. Easy for me to sit here and suggest you to email the videos to Game & Fish when I'm uncertain what I would even do in a similar situation. I would certainly support your decision to become involved. Part of the AZCA motto is to "Promote & Protect" - is this the time to "protect" our delicate Crappie resource while at the same time "promoting" the club's push for a 10" minimum using this event as a beginning dialog with Game & Fish......LLL
I ,too, would turn him him. Matter of issue,violaters bred violaters---some intentionally, many out of ignorance. Undoubtedley, while bragging about their catch, they will discuss their methodology of rigging and the virus grows from there. Campin Nana and I see violaters all the time. We generally approach them, explain our position with The Crappie Assoc and our committment to the G&F Philosophys. More times than not, we are "Thanked and appreciated" ( Nana has great presentation skills)The bottom line----We have an obligation!!!!