I saw wild steelhead for sale today at the Pike Place Market in Seattle (the "Public Market"). Not the fish market where they throw the fish in the corner but, if you're facing the ocean, further down to the right by the veggies. I asked the guy selling them where they're from and at first he said they're from the Quinalt and Hoh rivers. Then when I asked if they're from the Quinalt Reservation he said yeah that's where he got them - from the tribe. I won't go into how pissed I was at seeing this. But I had a few questions about the regs. Is it correct that it's illegal to sell wild steelhead that you've caught in WA? I'm assuming the Quinalt tribe is exempt from this via their rights to the reservation and/or the Bolt decision? If the sale of these fish is legal then is there any move to try and outlaw this? Maybe I've missed something but it seems that Steelhead are pretty much an endangered species in WA and harvesting wild fish for commercial sale is not helpful. Thanks, Mark.