Morton: I used to (laughing). I have been fishing since I can remember and have been fly-fishing since I was 12, when my Uncle Matt bought me my first fly rod to chase trout in the mountains of western North Carolina. I got my first 8-weight when I was 16 and began wading in the Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River and Sebastian area of Florida. From there, I'd beg my dad to chase tarpon in Boca Grande but always ended up sticking with reds and snook. Coincidently, that was around the same time I got behind my first professional broadcast camera. I am 32 now, and over the last few years I haven't gotten to fish but a handful of times because I try to stay behind the lens. Marc Page and Capt. Greg Dini try to make me put down the camera and pick up a rod from time to time, but usually that's when it's blowing 25-plus (laughing).