I haven't voted in the poll for the very simple reason that if a person is concerned about the number of steelhead he (or she) catches in a day on the river, he isn't really enjoying himself. Steelhead fishing isn't like trout fishing, despite all the fools who claim steelhead fishing is just like fishing or large rainbow trout. Steelhead move up the river, rainbow trout stay put. Steelhead are in the river for spawning, rainbow trout live there all year for as many years as they are alive. This means that just because you found steelhead in a particular run or hole one day, it doesn't mean they are going to be there the next day, or even that afternoon or evening, unlike a rainbow trout that will be found in the same run or hole day after day, week after week, year after year. Steelhead don't feed in the traditional sense of taking in food for nourishment, in fact their stomachs are atrophied so they don't digest it. Rainbow trout actively eat (take in food) for nourishment and as such take up feeding stations during insect hatches and ambush stations for bigger meals like baitfish (or trout fingerlings). All of this adds up to me that if I need to catch fish most every time I go out, I ought to be fishing for trout, and not steelhead. And before someone asks, I spent a lot of time fishing Pennsylvania's rivers including the famous spring creeks as I was growing up and before I left that state at age 25, which was 34 years ago. I also fished New York's East Branch Delaware, and then spent 12 wonderful years living and fishing in trout heaven, otherwise known as Montana where the trout fishing was so good that unless someone has spent a good amount of time fishing there, the number of trout a person could catch in an hour sounds unbelieveable and like a made-up fairy tale. Yet, I hardly ever fish for trout anymore because I prefer the challenge and unpridictability of steelhead. Heck, I haven't even fish for trout in 5 years because I don't care about numbers of fish caught.