Good friend Nick Koontz and his son Andrew took a little trip to go fly fishing way down in Bolivia. So the town that we flew into, it was a big city and there was a lot of people there. The traffic was insane. The food was amazing, too. And when we actually got to the lodge, we took a little Cessna plane. It was about an hour and a half from the city of Santa Cruz. And I mean, it was quite the experience. The natives down there, the Sumani people, what they call them, I mean, they live in huts they made out of straw, dirt floors. They don't wear shoes. I mean, they just they hunt and farm and that's how they that's how they live down there. But Nick and Andrew were fly fishing on the Plume, the Itserami and the Secura rivers. They were going after Golden Dorados with barbless hooks, because the only way you can fish for a golden Dorado is catch and release. I don't even think the natives down there will actually eat these golden Dorados. They're actually considered sacred by their religious beliefs. And the reason is because they eat these fish called Sábalo and the Sábalo are what the Dorado eat. And it's a migratory bait fish that only comes up for like four or five months out of the year. And they will shoot these fish with bows. And the Golden Dorado will actually push these fish near the banks, allowing the natives to shoot the fish with the bows and eat them. And a little native lore for you along with the fishing.