Criticism is warranted when bureaucracy continues to champion poor practices . A bit of common sense on the part of all concerned parties could result in modifying a rigid policy to a just to changing conditions to benefit all parties use of the resource . Without criticism things will never change . It is a shame that folks like yourself can identify the problem then claim "nothing can be done " "because " . I worked in Government both State and Federal for 34 years and fully understand that to rock the boat and make waves , can be the career kiss of death ,but you are retired to see something that needs change and respond that criticism is unwarranted is unwarranted . Surely you have identified the very folks who could work for and influence a more flexible policy that could benefit all of the stake holders both commercial and recreational . Bruces criticism seem to have ignited that concern perhaps we can find a way for the SRP and the Bureau of Reclamation to hold the water for bit longer to allow a more successful spawn ,maybe common sense , perhaps political , perhaps the courts through environment concerns ? surely there is a way , but silence will not do it .