A lot of people, including me. When you think about California up into the Pacific Northwest, bass fishing doesn't really come to mind much. We often think about steelhead, trout salmon. But Brian Huskey tells me that at least in Idaho, bass fishing is very much available. So Brian, there are places to go bass fishing around here. Speaker2: Yes, absolutely. There are a lot of the rivers that flow into the Snake River. You know, they'll have healthy populations of smallmouth bass. In fact, I would say the lower reaches of most all the rivers down here have smallmouth bass and then you have pockets of largemouth bass also in even in those rivers. And then, of course, you have the reservoirs, the lakes and reservoirs around here that some of them have tremendous largemouth bass. Speaker1: Since you are such a wizard in terms of the outdoors, I ask you this. Tell me the difference between smallmouth and largemouth. Speaker2: Well, I'm certainly not an expert or a biologist on the different species of bass, but to my understanding, I think smallmouth bass, they probably top out and possibly a little bit smaller in size and they probably have a little bit smaller mouth in general. I'd say that's true, Yeah. You know, the smallmouth bass seem to be a little bit more active in the moving water or a little bit more readily available in moving waters. Moving water habitat. Yep. Speaker1: Just what I thought.