Josh Mills talks about the dire state of salmon and steelhead. In certain places on the lower Snake, they were measuring temperatures over 70 degrees last week. Within that, you have a 70 degree water temperature that is lethal to them and feel it if we're mirroring conditions that happened in 2015 when over half a million sockeye or more died in rivers due to excessive river conditions. So it is a multifaceted situation. I would encourage people or groups that are worried about this, whether they're pro salmon or pro agriculture. I think we can all come together as a community and go, OK, then get involved. What are the items that we can horse trade with? What are the items that are have to be and what do we want to make sure that nobody, no one, no group is left holding the bag? There's 33 billion dollars associated with a potential recovery on this. And so much of it is dedicated to farmers that we make sure and we get these fish a fighting chance, because here's the deal. We're not creating new salmon rivers. We're not creating new strains of steelhead, wild genetics of a lot of these fish. Are we going to be the backbone that keep us going through some really challenging times in the next decade? And this is an issue I've been working on tirelessly with a lot of different people for better half of 50 years. You really get to see what it's like on those salmon and steelhead strains, especially like, for instance, I spent a lot of time fishing for steelhead from November through January on the snake, and the river behaves as a river current. You have rapid it behaves as it should. Sportsmen please get involved.