Getting organized in the effort to educate restaurant owners and chefs on the current status of our Wild Steelhead has been a scattergun process. Some few successes pale in the shadow of the so many places where Wild Steelhead remain openly touted on Chef's Blogs and restaurant websites and food reviews. Once informed most restaurants remove the offering. Fish sellers, wholesale buyers and sellers, are less willing to remove our Wild Steelhead from their lists, yet some have done so after reviewing contemporary data. I have found some search options helpful using Google and Google Blogs as the search sites. Searching: " Chef's Blog Menu Wild Steelhead " , or; "Fresh Wild Steelhead Menu" has turned up numerous other regional and distant establishments who offer Olympic Peninsula Wild Steelhead on their menus. The combination of personal emails and blog comments, visits and phone calls etc., and our providing the most current data available, has proven most effective. Threats, innuendo and abusive attacks not so much. These places rarely get positive educational input from the public. So when hundreds of people write in on an issue they ttake notice. Most restaurant owners and Chefs do care about sustainable food resources and public opinion. There is no need to be unkind. There is a very strong need for factual information and positive public support. The educational aspect is what makes the difference. Try doing searches on that basis and see if you aren't surprised to find quite a few. Try "Steelhead Cakes" for instance, also terms like "Broiled Steelhead", "Grilled Steelhead", "Sauteed Steelhead etc. Most people offering Wild Steelhead will capitolize on the word "Wild". But some will only use the term "Steelhead " in an affort to avoid the "educational blitz". Don't forget to give appropriate props to those who heed the call.