Something that really bothers me is people fishing for feeder kings being excited to catch and keep one they know is a spawner headed for one of the local rivers. One guide on another site likes to point out the large "Kenai spawner" in the days catch. I've seen others posting similar reports. Personal use set net got shut down early over concerns that people might catch some kings. The Kenai River is shut down. What is the outlook for the commercial setnetters? Not to good I'm afraid. Through all this, salt water sport fishing continues to catch kings headed to spawn. Most people who have been on the water enough, which should be all guides, can tell the difference between feeders and spawners. How about releasing the spawners like everyone else. If we refuse to do the little bit that we can to save the kings, we are just as guilty as anyone else for the kings demise. Just my thoughts, I may be completely wrong, but I'd like to hear some other opinions on the matter.