Chad Hood tells us how you might get some king crab for your dining table. In the wintertime in Juneau, there's a personal use fishery for king crab and you know, normally in the summer, king crabs will be 350 feet deep, but in the winter they will come up to shallow to spawn. And so every winter, usually around February or so, I go out to harvest king crab. And at night, actually, it's even better because they'll come up to about 35 to 40 feet, whereas during the day I'll get them around 70 feet or so. But one of my favorite things to do in the wintertime, if I could, would be go out and do these night dives out of Juneau. You know, it'd be pitch dark out and I'd go out and I have a flashlight. And then a gal in town made these dive bags that were specifically made to put king crab in. And so I'd always go from the shore, never a boat. And I go out and I you know, one thing about night diving is you got to leave a light along the shore because it gets you don't know which direction it is when it's pitch black out. So of course, I'd always have to go by myself because no one else ever wanted to do it. No one else ever wanted to do what? Scuba dive for king crab in the middle of the winter in Alaska, in the middle of the night? How could anybody pass up that opportunity?