Citori, great idea. They just got this in their email: Gentlemen: I live in Spokane and actually rarely eat fish. The reason I am sending this email is to express displeasure about the sale of wild steelhead (yes it is legal, sadly). Wild steelhead populations in Washington have been dropping steadily. Most sport fishermen only retain hatchery fish. In many river systems in the PNW, steelhead are considered an endangered species. Please consider wildlife conservation in your very own neck of the woods. Please consider that the laws that allow the catch and kill of wild steelhead are outmoded. The treaties which give our native tribes the right to sell fish commercially no longer make sense. We have stopped plundering the remaining old growth forests. No new dams have been built in years. Folks are trying to be more “green” and aware of their impact on the environment. You can take a positive stand against the commercial fishing of sensitive native species. 100 years ago the Spokane river had steelhead and salmon. They are long gone.