A: It's about balance. You have to get off the water at some point during the season to gain perspective. We have a lovely boutique hotel in Antigua, Guatemala, where we host anglers, and it's also home for the kids and Cindy and me when I'm not at the coast. At 5,000-plus feet of elevation, Antigua is a great place to spend time with my family. Cindy and I also host photo safaris at Toro River Lodges in South Africa, which is a very special place with amazing scenery and all the wild animals one would expect to see, and is something we all really enjoy. Africa's wilds are just magnificent, and we get to share that with our fishing clients, most of whom also love the adventure but want to go with someone they already know and trust. I have also been a registered dangerous-game professional hunter, so I guide clients all over Africa. At the end of the day we're still taking care of people, whether it's fishing or on safari. You are the one ensuring your clients have a seamless experience, from the food and lodging to the guiding. You are the catalyst than ensures an experience of a lifetime. It's hard work, but it's a nice change from the water.