STEELHEAD COMING SOON!!!

Bob Triggs

Stop Killing Wild Steelhead!
#1
Another leak in the dikes?
But wait! Things just got better! See update below.:thumb:


http://blog.visionsbethesda.com/2008/12/03/steelhead-coming-soon/

No hammer required.

12/19/08 UPDATED NOTE!!! The following topic has been resolved in a truly remarkable way. As you read through this series of responses please take note that Chef Tony of Visions Bethesda Restaurant and Jim Chambers of Prime Seafood have both responded to our concerns over the status of wild steelhead here in Washington, and both men have announced that they will no longer be offering these fish on the menue. Through the process of this topic you will see that sometimes things are not quite what they seem. These men are to be commended! KUDOS!!!:thumb:
 
#2
I especially love this line, "These are the only wild steelhead available anywhere in the U.S. and since we buy most of the fish the Indians catch, we are providing local restaurants with a very exclusive item."

Sounds exclusive!? World class maybe!?

Things that make you go HHHHHMMMMMMM
 
#5
WTF!!!!! who's comming with me...D.C. huh? Road trip! Just think about it ...whuppin' up on some political yuppies and maybe finding some hot chicks that are tired of their regular f@!$#ing pussy biatch boyfriends from the east ....I'm in!
 

Jergens

AKA Joe Willauer
#7
WTF!!!!! who's comming with me...D.C. huh? Road trip! Just think about it ...whuppin' up on some political yuppies and maybe finding some hot chicks that are tired of their regular f@!$#ing pussy biatch boyfriends from the east ....I'm in!
i'm in. I think some of those guys need to get bonked. Thank you Bob.
 

Ethan G.

I do science.. on fish..
#9
For reals. The article was written by a supposed "conversationalist," too. Maybe he should go up to the Quinault to see the conservative netting practices of the tribes.

Jim Chambers, owner of Prime Seafood of Washington, D.C, Atlanta and Savannah, is an ecologist with 35 years of experience in the conservation and management of marine fisheries, nationally and internationally.
-Ethan
 

Itchy Dog

Some call me Kirk Werner
#14
"Jim Chambers, owner of Prime Seafood of Washington, D.C, Atlanta and Savannah, is an ecologist with 35 years of experience in the conservation and management of marine fisheries, nationally and internationally. He's also a capitalist <expletive removed>."
 
#15
You can do as I did and e-mail them directly through their home page. Politely for now asking them to educate themselves on the plight of our wild Steelhead. Then salt in a few facts. Save the nastie for later or.........

Thanks for the post