I do think it is interesting how the Quinault approach to fisheries isn't that different from WDFW but there seems to be a lot more resentment towards the tribe. WDFW has also managed steelhead and salmon out of existence, by pumping out huge numbers of hatchery fish into almost every system that held wild steelhead in the state. WDFW has not yet made the killing of wild steelhead by sport fishermen illegal. true, WDFW doesn't allow the netting by commercial groups of wild steelhead, but there really isn't that much variation in management policies between the two. I think the only real factor is that the quinault's own that river, it is theirs, and they are entitled to do whatever they want with it. As a taxpayer of Washington State (and of the United States) however, you own the Snoqualmie, the Skagit, the Skykomish, the Cowlitz, etc, and look at what you have done (by way of the WDFW and federal management) to those rivers. Who are you to judge the tribe???