RD Trammell, who lives near Lake Charles, Louisiana, tells me a fishing story involving him and his daughter, Christie. My daughter, she's almost as bad as I am about fishing. Christie loves to fish. She gets all fired up when she catches fish. I was watching TV hunting and fishing shows, and Sunday morning Martin Zona and Greg Hackney. Greg Hackney, he’s on the Bassmaster Classic tour. Mark Zona does a lot of narrating and a lot of the bass masters. I was watching this show and they was catching some good fish. He said the name of it was Gross Savannah. South Lake Charles. I said, Where? I looked it up on the Internet. Come to find out, it's 535 acres of private marsh. You can book a fishing trip. They have redfish and specks and bass. It's an A-1 facility. I got a trip lined up, and I told Christie, I'm going to carry you on a fishing trip. She was all fired up. We get down there and we meet the guy we got in the boat with the guys. We caught fish all morning long and we caught some real good fish. We quit at noon and we got back to the landing and loaded all of our stuff up. We had over 70 fish. They averaged 3 to 5 pounds. And when we got in the truck, she looked at me. She said, Daddy, best day I've ever had in my life. Speaker1: Parents, there's a pretty solid message in that story, isn't there?