Now that the WDFW has voted statewide wild release down, there seems to be more we can do while we wait for them to come to their senses. I fished the Hoh this past weekend (I think the regs say that it's all wild C&R, no bait above the Oxbow campground and then FF only inside the park?), and I personally witnessed the following regulations infractions: 1) Two people killed wild steelhead in front of my face well inside the wild C&R section. Both proclaimed that they did not know the regs but then kept fishing after we floated by. Who knows how many fish they killed before they were done. 2) Three people were lobbing eggs in the selective gear section. All three proclaimed they did not know the regs. 3) Two boats were pulling plugs inside the national park where it is ff only. When I have met wardens, I always come away with a positive impression. But let's be honest; they can't be anywhere, and if you believe these people at all, education seems to be a problem. So, as a concerned citizen, what can we do? Should we be helping with the "policing?" I know guides that call wardens on their cell phones when they see an infraction. Why aren't there more visible signs, announcements, etc. at major pulloffs like the mouth of the Sultan river boat launch? Should we be helping with that? Should we be handing out flyers? Using somebody's funds to send announcements to the list of people who have fishing licenses? What else can we do? I have seen occasional signs at places, but they are by no means ubiquitous. It seems like this is especially important when major changes happen, like the 12/1 wild C&R on the Puget Sound rivers, but even on the Hoh where the regs have been in place for a few years this is a problem.