The scene is repeated the next day on the Greys and the following day on the Wind. By now, they’re tiring and it’s time to give it a rest. Late nights and early mornings are taking their toll. We pick wild raspberries and we smell moose. We carry bear spray and we talk about what to do if we see one. We talk about the country and the rivers and the things that make this such a special place. It’s not really about catching fish. It’s the entire experience that they thrive on and they have done a great job. By the end of the week they are three-fourths of the way to finishing their Cutt-Slams, with three sub-species down and one to go.