Those piranhas absolutely shred flies. I would spend half an hour on Tiny Fly and sometimes you didn't know what you were going to get. And these piranhas would cut your fly in half with their razor sharp teeth. And so you'd be like, Oh, great, that fly is toasted. Speaker1: I don't think I'd enjoy the process or the duty of taking a piranha off a fly to catch and release. Speaker2: Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'd tell you what, the guides were very, very adamant that they helped take the flies off because those little buggers, their jaws just go Rapidfire. And I'm not joking. They are the biggest teeth I've ever seen in a fish. And they come up with their pliers and take them off with their hefty pliers. So we're not sticking digits around their face. Speaker1: Digits, which could become dislocated digits. Speaker2: Oh, yeah. I mean, some of these you would just be parked against the side of this little cut in the stream and then all of a sudden you didn't realise it. But you're sitting right next to a ten foot caiman or an eight foot caiman giant, and then all of a sudden, well away they would go. I dream about those fish constantly because we had some nights where when everything was right and they were rising around us chasing bait, it was just like, I can't believe I'm even here. Speaker1: Josh Clarify that just a little bit. Dream or nightmare. But one thing's for sure lots of adventure.