The only way we, the recreational fishing community, are going to convince state and federal agencies to simply comply with the law mandating 50/50 equity in our fisheries is to unite and assert our rights as citizens. We strongly encourage you to get involved in this fight, as doing nothing means the cuts to our fishery will only continue to get worse!
- Donate to Fish Northwest
- The most impactful thing you can do is donate to FNW. We are engaged in a legal battle and are in this to win, but this could be a long road. We will need sustained support from those of you who want to see recreational salmon fishing restored to Puget Sound.
- Become a Volunteer or Advisor
We are in need of talent and expertise in many areas to include: Law, web design, administration, lobbying, media, communications, and fundraising. If you are interested please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Spread the Word On Social Media
Share links to the FNW web site and Facebook page on social media. The federal, state, and tribal governments are hoping that we just accept our fate and don’t fight back. Make sure everyone in your social network is informed!
- Distribute our Posters and Letters
- Print out and post our literature prominently in local businesses where recreational anglers frequent. Ask the business to become a sponsor, then have them contact us to be listed on Our Supporters page.
- Email Your State and Federal Legislators
There are many in Government who need to hear your voice. We can provide a form letter upon request, but a personally crafted letter is always best.
- Send an email to WDFW, the Governor’s office, and your elected politicians:
Kelly Susewind, Director WDFW
Larry Carpenter, Chair, WDFW Commission
Jon Snyder, Outdoor Recreation and Economic Development Senior Policy Advisor, Governor’s Office
Ron Warren, Director of Fish Policy, WDFW