RE:Correspondence RE: Protecting the Peninsula Native Runs
Thats the same e-mail I got from them. I was very dissapointed with it. It is very similiar to the answers they gave us here in Southwest Washington in the early 80's. Now the rivers here are almost viod of wild steelhead. I know i am preaching to the chior here but noone needs to kill a wild steelhead for ANY reason even the rare mortally hooked fish. WDFW can't seem to understand that 3001 wild steelhead spawning is better than 3000 In my mind every single fish is extremely important and worth the closure of a harvest fishery.