The implication here, whether intentional or not (based on the link you posted), that this is somehow a result of Indigenous food fisheries is very problematic. Furthermore, the original link posted says literally nothing about any set net/gill net fishing occurring in anywhere but the Squamish which, last time I checked, is not a migration route for Thompson and Chilcotin River steelhead. All this does, really, is demonize Indigenous peoples and a food and ceremonial fishery. If you actually look at the full Indigenous fishery opening regulations for the Fraser for all of 2019, NO gill net fisheries are allowed to operate in the Lower Fraser watershed. Middle/Upper Fraser gill net openings are limited to hours...not days, not weeks, hours. And are required to be 8" openings, never left unattended and hot picked. Lower Fraser set net fisheries occur sparsely at best and are, again, limited to hours worth of opening times. Now, do some people break the rules? Sure they do. Non-Indigenous anglers do as well, and thats actually a larger population if you wanna talk numbers. But the majority of Indigenous fishers, like the majority of non-Indigenous anglers, follow the rules. This all to say that I fully agree that DFO is failing. They are failing EVERYONE. They are failing salmon, they are failing steelhead (I know technically steelhead are provincially regulated). They are failing Indigenous folks and non-Indigenous anglers alike. What we ultimately need is a full shut down of a commercial salmon fishery, especially in-river commercial operations.