You know, I used to do some pretty stupid things in my early life, and I've been called a lot of different things, nasty mean things, in my life. If I let it all bother me I would be a shattered nervous wreck.
On the countrary, I try to follow my dads' advice, and let it all roll off like water off a duck's, well, you know.
Point is, being taught to not let stuff bother you teaches you that it's not important enough to bother with, and in the end it doesn't really matter. If you let it bother you then they have power over you, and quite frankly, it's your choice to let that happen. Teaching that to our children is a surefire way to greatly reduce the need for legislating the english language into oblivion.
now back to the topic.
I noticed that in researching prior years escapement reports, the hatchery at the skook is listed showing steelhead.http://wdfw.wa.gov/publications/01189/wdfw01189.pdf
However, for 2011 and 2012, the only fish listed for the skook hatchery are coho.
With what shu reported above about prior years net schedules, it increased from 2011 to 2012, and this year is an even bigger jump.
Speculation of course, but that seems a bit strange, to me...