There are probably quite a few things the second generation is doing differently with a lot of things. But they were raised here and corruption isn't as blatant and part of the accepted system as it was in their parents original country. Offer a game warden here a bribe to ignore the limitX3 and the result is not going to be so good. When the first generation showed up here they immediatly went out and bought ducks...chickens and other what's for dinner critters. Then as they learned they could simply go to the local supermarket, many of which catered to the very diverse ethnic culture here, the birds didn't get replaced. We're in the city pretty much and we had roosters in back yards cockle dooing do every morning. Haven't heard one in years now nor seen any commercial ducks in our neighborhood either. Footnote: I believe that's one of the reasons we haven't been hit by ME terrorists here as much as in other parts of the World. They see the wealth and welcomeness we extend to them here and they just simply find a new home they don't want to destroy. I know the substinance thing here is treated differently than in some parts of the country. We do not have a sales tax on fishing worms, other bait I don't know about, because it was considered an item used to gather food. It's been awhile and I think this reg was changed but a person didn't need a license to fish with a cane pole here in Texas because it was not considered sport fishing but food gathering. Again...I think that reg is no longer in effect. Well...and that's the rest of the story.