I've said it before, but it's worth saying again; how does this change? It's pretty clear from decisions like this and the recent reopening of the chum that the resource is not being managed in a sustainable way. As much as I can practice C&R and try to educate those around me on the flow those small efforts aren't going to even put a dent in the problem if the people in charge of the resource don't start making better decisions. I used to be heavily involved in a hatchery program, but now I'm learning even that isn't necessarily the answer. The solution keeps coming back to better management. So as concerned fishermen, how do we make a noticeable difference?