Ruby Horsethief is a prime example of this discussion. For many years BLM tried to improve the reservation system and adapted it frequently to address various issues. The problem is there was always, and I mean ALWAYS, just a couple folks who were either just too stupid to get it, or more likely simply assholes who don't care that there are other people in the world.
These are usually the folks who take the attitude that 'I don't need no regulation and I'll do whatever the hell I want'. There are other categories they fall into, including the aforementioned stupid one.
Ruby turned into a free for all to be avoided on most weekends and holidays. The camps also became shit and trash infested. Fist fights broke out over camps and ramp space with surprising frequency. People erasing or ignoring camp sign up lists exacerbates the problems.
Alas, BLM was pretty much forced into regulating the stretch because a minority of the population could not get along with the rest. Ironically, those with the 'I don't need no regulations' attitude are the ones who bring it on.
I am never in favor for more regulation, especially in recreation. But sooner or later it seems the only solution in a case like this. The Ruby/HT experience has improved as a result. If the Rogue issues reach the severity that Ruby did, I would think a few regs would likely improve it there as well. I would also think the commercial outfitters would cooperate in the formation of acceptable regs.