It means nothing. However, if you have been watching the dam counts for the last few decades, then you would have clearly seen that your statement, "there exist more wild fish than hatchery fish in our river systems" (I adjusted your statement for added coherence), is far from true. In fact ~234,000 total steelhead went over Bonneville in 2013, but only ~99,000 were wild fish. That means that the Columbia River tributaries recieved ~135,000 hatchery fish and ~99,000 wild fish........which leads me to my conclusion 135,000>99,000. Math.