No, because the money's not in it. They're catering to younger people. Even the fishing and hunting shows we've had have declined. They're trying to sell the ads to young people, but the truth is, most of the people who hunt and fish are over 40 years of age, an awful lot of over 50. The money is being spent on ads in the fishing magazines, but the younger generation might buy one or two fly rods, but they're not going to buy a lot of them. Fly-fishing has never been tournament-oriented. When I ran the tournament down in Miami, I had so many unpleasant experiences with people cheating or being unethical, we actually banned the presidents of corporations and the janitors of corporations. Competition is almost foreign to fly-fishing. Most fly fisherman enjoy helping each other. In bass fishing, competition is very successful because you have a different culture. They enjoy competing with each other. My own personal philosophy is that when you compete with someone, you become their competitor. If you help people, you become their friends. Almost all fly fishermen I know do not sanction tournament-type fishing.