^ Yeah I agree with some of that. I think it is funny how offended some people become at the fact that other people have an opinion that differs from theirs. In the end this whole arguing over this and that is really counterproductive and divides us. Every time we fight over this and that WDFW and the kill fisheries just die laughing. They will never have to worry about us standing up for ourselves and opposing them with a united stand, with common goals, until way after we congeal as a fishing group. Honestly I would like to make a difference. I choose to start here and now. I will not tease the spey guys and hopefully someone can learn from my example and maybe do their own expression of solidarity to bring us together as a community. The saddest thing is we have already lost the entire war. Here in Washington our runs are decimated. Leaving them completely untouched will still leave us nearly nothing as brood stock in the puget sound rivers. Hope we all enjoyed arguing over rods over the last decade instead of advancing the sport with better results and more fish to hand.