You guys are kiddin me...I can't believe that any of you guys who actually fish versus "talk about fishing" would have a real problem with a magazine, website, or person giving up a river to the general public. How do you think stream improvements happen? How does the state get involved in a hatchery or stocking program? How does a river become a top fishery? I can promise you that ALL of this happens when people enjoy a resource and spend MONEY to take care of it. And we all know that the only way this will happen is if the general public has a chance to experience the fishery and enjoy its rewards. Do you assume that all anglers (gear and fly) in WA read this magazine? Do you think that literally thousands of people will be there fishing the next time you go? Have any of you guys ever fished the S. Fork? Come on...if there is one thing that will kill this sport its this mentality. Why do you think so few new fly anglers get involved every year? It's pretty tough to get excited about a sport where you are going to get flamed for wanting to know where to go to catch some fish. Let's all remember that the biggest issue this river and all rivers face is not publicity, it's educating anglers on how to use a resource and not abuse it.