*******, No offence taken, As to your question. I used to be a "keep everything" kind of fisherman, I would go out for Trout,Bass and whatever else was in season, and keep limit after limit putting it all in the freezer, only to find much of it went to waste.
I still keep fish now and then, but only if I plan on fish for dinner that night.
I feel that whenI see a fisherman keeping a limit of bass or trout or whatever, then I see that guy back at the lake or stream keeping yet another limit, I can't help but think that many of those fish go to waste, it may or may not be the case I know, but does anyone really need to put 100 trout or bass or crappies or perch into the freezer?
I only keep what I plan to eat that night or the next day, Fresh fish is always better than frozen.
As for Releaseing Largemouths? Well, I'm an amature competitve bass angler, if I kill'em all I'll hve nothing left to catch! I know that those that eat bass are entitled to keep a limit of them to eat, and don't falt them for taking them, Just throw back the big 3,4,and five pound females and keep some of the the 2 pound males, they eat better than the bigger one anyway!