For most of humanity's existence, fishing wasn't a sport; it was a means of feeding your family. To see if we would have gotten fat or died of starvation, my son, Joel, and I set out in the marshes around Delacroix, hoping to put a few fish in the box for that evening's meal.

We took no food, and according to our predetermined rules, could eat what we caught only at the next meal.

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