Good friend of mine, Kevin Rasmussen, often fly fishers. But listen to this episode. The Fly fishing episode. Speaker2: I'm not the best fly fisherman, but I can catch a lot of fish. And so I remember it was getting close to dusk. A bunch of bats started coming out and fly fishing. I was noticing that as I'm whipping this fly back and forth that bats are reacting to it. And I'm like, I think these bats are going after my fly. So then I ignored it for a while. Then pretty soon I was fishing and I go, I think I'd lost my fly to a bat. The bat literally got a hold of my fly. And when I pulled it back, I guess I think it was actually on the backstroker he grabbed it and took it off my line. So some of that bat got my fly from the air and I was like, Huh? Because it didn't snap off. It must have just grabbed it. It was crazy story because telling another of my buddies about it and the same thing happened to him. He said, Yeah, he was fly fishing and the exact same thing happened to him. Like towards night with the bats fly really close to the water there and got Ahold of his fly. Speaker1: Well, interesting. You're the second guy that I have talked to personally about that. Another guy fly fishing friend of mine who actually yeah, he was doing the same thing as you and caught the bat. Somehow he had to get the bat off the, you know, catch and release for a bat. That's a different proposition. And speaking of different proposition, so. Speaker2: I've actually caught a duck before, but not a bat. Speaker1: You know, I'm thinking about this. It shouldn't be called fly fishing. How about fly batting or fly ducking? Forget the shotguns. Just bring your fly rod.