The sad truth of the matter is that poor folks who spend more time stressing about where their next meal comes from (instead of what spey reel to get) have a REALLY HARD TIME UNDERSTANDING the concept of CATCH AND RELEASE. trying to get poor folks from another impoverished country to figure out the whole idea of catch and release is just out of the friggen question.:thumb: I know a number of police officers and a couple gamey's (the wardens actually pointed out the above fact to me) that turn a blind eye to poachers who actually look like they need the meat; as opposed to the mercedes driving fellow not checking if a salmon's fin is clipped before smuggling it in his back pack. that doesn't mean its righT, it just means some law enforcers are people too and understand that not everything is black and white. the good news is that you have moved past denial. after ANGER you will have BARGAINING, then DEPRESSION and finally ACCEPTANCE at the fact that extra law enforcement for poachers is just not going to happen anytime soon. then your best bet would be returning back to DENIAL and just forget about all the dirtbags breaking the law and try to have a good time fishing as you do your best to follow the law and report the violators to the best of your abilities anyway.