If you can judge by this Eugene, Oregon, Register-Guard editorial, salmon anglers along the Oregon and California coast aren't sorry for Gale Norton's recent resignation. The article flatly blames the secretary of the Interior for the ruination of the Klamath River's Chinook salmon fishery and takes her to task for opening public lands to oil and gas drilling and her "hostility" toward the Endangered Species Act. So what do you think? Has Norton served hunters and anglers well? Will we be better off with someone else in her seat? Can we expect better with the next appointment? Your comments are solicited.