It brings a distaste to my mind for sure, although I'm not sure it will further degrade hunter ethics and courtesy as I think they are already pretty low. I'm not a tournament fisherman, but have been displeased with the discourtesy of tournament bass fisherman numerous times. When money is involved it gives further incentive for people to be selfish, and that as a whole can go south. So I'm not sure I would promote the banning of either as I dont want other freedoms that I enjoy to be infringed upon, but believe we should watch the effects they create and consider the health of our sport going forward. The snow goose CO has definitely caused some less ethical practices to be the norm or considered OK. Unplugged guns with spray and pray into geese far out of ideal range being one of them. Jumping roosts likely to have mixed species another. People say "but that's the point of the CO to kill as many as possible, who cares about crips the coyotes will eat them". Well, as a lifelong hunter and conservationist, this degrades our respect of the creature and it's well-being which in my opinion is always a dangerous road to walk down. The government initially made the CO out of concern for the species and others (some may question if this was true intent) and this was a tool to possibly help it. But people use the government allowance of a CO as an excuse to disrespect the species, other hunters, and landowners. I hate losing game, I feel disgusted if I let a wounded animal get away and do my best to not allow such. Should I feel this feeling less for a snow goose since there's too many of them? I say no, and have had to catch myself on it. And I've emptied my gun on birds getting out just like the next guy, which I rarely do on ducks or dark geese by holding off when they're too far. So I personally have to try to keep my mind for a snow goose hunt the same as I do for other waterfowl, where I'll respect the game the same, not compromise my usual hunting ethics b/c of the species, and be happy with days of 0 kills or just a few per person. I'm happy when I kill my 4 mallard limit in a day, or 3 honkers .... why should I get so unhappy with those numbers on snows just b/c I'm allowed so many more?