Last week I introduced you to Corey Skowron, who had a professional hockey career, after which he took up the life of an outdoorsman, absolutely loves fly fishing and has become quite the skilled angler. David Sparks, Sportsman Spotlight Scores of you sent me a video of you holding a beautiful steely. Tell me about this. You went steely fishing a couple of weekends ago. Yeah, Went up to the South. Speaker2: Fork of the Clearwater here in Idaho and went for the Steelhead run running. We've had some friends up there the last few weeks that are having success. So decided it was my turn to take a trip up there. When you got. Speaker1: There, what were the fishing conditions themselves? Speaker2: It was beautiful. The weather was great. There was a ton of people out there. So finding the right hole is pretty tough. But the fish were running great. The water was a little dark, but that winter runoff hasn't muddied it up too bad. So the conditions were great. Besides finding the hole you wanted, what were you using? Using an eight weight fly rod? Just bouncing beads. Speaker1: I ran a story on you where you were beginning fly fisherman. Are you starting to be able to find your own holes and do all your own stuff without a guide? Speaker2: Yeah, definitely. I was with my good friend Brian Oakland who does run a fishing company, but this was by no means a guided trip. Us going out there just looking for spots we thought looked good and trying to get on the fish. Speaker1: The video you sent me kind of described the fish. What was the size, the weight, or did you measure that? Did it measure. Speaker2: It? I would have to say it had to have been close to £10, 36, 38in. It was a good sized fish, fought it for about ten, 12 minutes before I got it to the net and it was a native, so we did let it go. Speaker1: Wouldn't surprise me a bit if scores. He ended up being a guide.