CHAD HOOD fishes remote Alaskan rivers there are also being fished by brown bears. I asked him if that wasn't a pretty dangerous scenario. Those coastal bears are usually pretty predictable and they kind of keep to themselves now. Of course, we do take you on a trip like that. There's a number of things that we do to minimize our risk, and one of them is we do bring a portable electric fence. So we'll put that up around if we can't hang our food. If we're not in areas where there's large trees, you know, we'll put a fence up to protect us from the bears in a sense that maybe we'll wrap it around our tents and our food or food in our rafts because those bears I've seen them in the past years ago, you'd see them jumping on buoys. They really are very curious critters, but we'll put an electric fence up, especially if we're gone for the day. You know, it gives you a peace of mind. And if you're sleeping at night, it's really gives you a more of a peace of mind than anything. And then we'll also have bear spray like I had a can of bear spray on my hip the whole trip practically. I think that's a good means for Close Encounters. But more than anything I would say with, you know, with the Bears, it's just, you know, your behavior and their behavior that if you're in an area where you can't see very far, you're in trees or high grass that you make your presence known and so that you don't have those accidental run ins. Some pretty good suggestions.