I was just wondering if anyone can confirm what I was told by the DNR last weekend when I was fishing. I set-up to go fishing on a lake in the west metro, and immediately had great luck and caught a quick 10 nice keeper crappies in a very short amount of time, like within 20 minutes. I figured since the bite was good, I would continue to fish and just do catch and release for a little longer, since I had gone thru the work of setting up and it had only been 20 minutes. Just a short time later, after my limit of 10 was reached, and after I had fished to catch and release for another 15 minutes or so, the game warden came by and asked me how I was doing. I replied the bite was good and I had my limit and was just fishing to catch and release. He then counted the fish, confirmed I had 10 crappies, and informed me that this was not legal, and he could ticket me for intent to catch over my limit. I replied that I knew I had 10, which he just confirmed, and that I was just enjoying a hot bite since I had just set-up, and was simply doing catch and release. He said this was not legal and I had to quit or get a ticket. So, I packed up and left. I guess I was not aware this was the case, does anyone else agree this is how the law reads? If so, I guess I learned something new this past weekend.