Would changing regulations to allowing to catch only males strengthen the longevity of the industry? Both for commerical and recreational? (Or releaseing breeding females) I'm all about hooping and getting limits, but have noticed that year after year, it becomes a little tougher and tougher. Read an article about maine lobstering that any breeding female gets released back. Would love to be able to take the kids out in 10 years and have a strong local industry.