Kent Goodman is an outdoorsman with a preference. “I love to hunt but if I had to choose between hunting and fishing, which thank goodness I don’t, I would choose fishing. But the fact is that when you are fishing, aren’t you really hunting for fish? Exactly. It’s kind of like catch and release hunting. Occasionally I eat something that I catch if it’s in a place where there are plenty of them and it won’t hurt the resource. I do love fish, but it’s nice to catch it, experience it and then let it swim up and spawn and replenish the resource. Do you make your living as a fishing guide? I was a guide and outfitter for several years. It was kind of a bucket list item but then I realized I couldn’t support a family on the money that a fishing guide makes. I have a degree in business and economics. I had dreams of working for Nike or Albertson’s, one of these big corporations and making millions and then I found out that I should do what I really want so one of those bucket list items was be a guide. So I became an outfitter for a while in Oregon and took some trips.