I realize that this is going to sound pretty stupid ("There is no such thing as a stupid question, only stupid people"-Homer Simpson) but what do yall think about stocking goldfish as food? It seems like a lot of people on this forum have access to land, and wild goldfish seem indestructable. We have one of those small 5' backyard ponds, and the goldfish that live in it either have a very long life span, or are breeding. We do not feed them or treat the water in any way, not even an aerator. I figured that if you had a large pond, theoretically goldfish could be stocked for food. I know they aint too big, I'm not talking about the bigger poi, just the standard ones, but hey... I assume ours dont grow very big because of the space they are in, but in a larger area, they might get large enough to actually make a meal. they require no upkeep, and it seems they would be easier to maintain a stock than say, bass. I would assume that as long as they water isnt treated, that they would be perfectly safe to eat. Is this a rediculous idea?