Well, after spending a couple weeks fishing the Kennebecasis C&R, I think it should be mandatory to leave your blue worm containers behind. They're really handy for those balls of mono that I pulled out of trees and picked up in tumble-weed sized piles everywhere the river came within 6' of a road.
One day last week I was trying to fish down through a stretch and people started arriving....well, the worms and spinners were flying in all directions. I sat in the bushes and had a cigar, hoping they'd figure out that if trout were jumping right out of the water at flies, they were going to be hard pressed to get them to take a worm... I finally gave up and made my way back to the car.
3 guys from a pickup truck, and a family of 4 from the mini-van.
I tried to be nice and warn tham that they couldn't fish with worms in this section, nor could they keep fish.
The guy under the bridge with the worm sitting on the bottom and the fishing basket beside him says "Oh, I don't keep any anyways."
Other 2 guys from the truck...one tells me "Oh, that's not up this far."....the other says I should mind my own business.
Dad from the family of 4 feels those laws are bulls*** and he should be able to take his kids fishing wherever he wants.
At least they'll all leave their worm containers behind so they can be used to collect the mono and packaging from the jigs and spinners the next time that I or someone else that gives a sh** comes along behind and cleans up after them.