“It's becoming the most popular fishery in the entire west. It's even eclipsing salmon fishing, steelhead fishing across the entire west where you find Kokanee and most of our western states now you'll find Kokanee in bodies of water. A lot of us because of the table fare it's a landlocked sockeye salmon. So again it has a great table far, a great fighting fish. A lot of fun for the kids also. And that's what we're trying to promote is to try to get the kids out and get them involved in this sport because it really can be addicting. It's a lot of fun. So it's not just catch and release. No we don't promote catch and release on Kokanee. When you bring a Kokanee up typically they're in deeper water and they throw out so much energy during the fight that when you get them to the boat they're exhausted and you try to release a Kokanee that is extremely exhausted. The mortality rate is quite high on released Kokanee so it's something that we don't promote. We would just personally like the folk to land that fish if they can and then properly put it in some storage you know in some ice so that you keep it cool and get it home and fillet it out and barbecue it smoke it, can it, do with it the way you want. It's a fabulous fish to eat, a great table fair fish.” So bon appetit.