We don't need anymore laws...have you even seen the Florida regs lately? I've been away several years (military) and I had to call the game and fish just to figure out when/where I could hunt with all the freaking quota hunts set-up now on WMA's... In my opinion, skybusting is self-limiting. It's usually done by people who don't know the range of their guns (or they are a guest who haven't bought a flat of shells). After they spend a box or two per bird they soon learn to settle down and either try another game or learn to really duck hunt. Duck hunting is already an expensive and limited sport. The seasons are short, and shortened by mother nature with bluebird days, and limited by work due to only granting certain days off. IMO the shells are overly expensive...soon it may be cheaper for me to shoot factory loaded 257 weatherby for ducks (if it were legal) than to shoot the steel-lead equivalents, decoys, dogs, boats, stamps...a state stamp? for real? Not to mention all the flack from the urbanites who don't want anyone hunting on 'their' bays...in the winter...while they are home duckhunting on their play stations. Introducing anymore laws is very counterproductive. But, despite all the cost and hoops...I'm addicted. Dreaming ducks, practicing with the dogs, carving decoys, practicing calls make it year round. -L.W.