Two years is not a very long time in the life history of a species that has evolved over hundreds of millions of years. But for us humans, that's a decent chunk of the clock. Let's take a few moments of time now to thank the Washington Dept. Of Fish and Wildlife Commissioners for their courage in moving forward to protect these fish. Emails are not very noticeable. Go get a nice card and write a real personal thank you note and send it to the WDFW Commissioners, at their office in Olympia. Address info is in the regulations pamphlets. It's the least we can do. And don't forget that the work is not done. Pete Van, if your listening; a heartfelt thanks for all you have done. Happy Birthday! And many happy years to come for you.