I'll describe it in a different way - would you support a 20 fish limit for sand dabs? How about a 5 fish limit for rock fish? After all, both of these changes would be better for fish populations, so why don't we do it? Hell, why not lower total fish limits to 3? Who needs more than 3 fish a trip? Anyone who argues against this is just being greedy. When changes are not based on facts, anything can be justified. I support regulations that maximize opportunity for recreational fishermen, while being sustainable at the same time. Is keeping 4 to 5 pound yellowtail sustainable? In case it is, then it's not the government's business. People can decide for themselves whether such a fish is worth keeping, this is what having freedom is about, and it's surprising to me that so many people volunteer to give it up these days.