Glenn: Tell me a little bit about your tinboat that your using in the Classic. Rick Clunn: Well that’s a good one. The onething that I’m doing a little different atthis year’s Classic, is I’m actually fishingout of an 18 foot aluminum boat. It’s a Tournament V-18 that Tracker makes. I like the V bottom, even though it won’tgo quite as shallow as a flat bottom, butI grew up fishing Toledo Bend and Rayburnwhen they were full of stumps, and a narrowlight V bottom of aluminum boats go throughthe stumps much easier. They’re so fishable, a lot more fishable than,say, my big boat. Another thing that I likeabout these 18 foot boats, I’ve caught asmany fish if not more out of an 18 foot witha 150 horse engine on it than I have out ofthese big 20, 21, 22 foot boats with 250 horseengines. I think one of the biggest mistakes, and Ithink we’ve done it unintentionally in thissport, is over the years, the fishermen, thetournament organizations, and the media havekinda given the public the impression youcan’t be a good fisherman unless you own a$50,000 boat. That’s just not true. Like Isaid earlier, I’ve caught just as many outof this size boat I’m going to be fishingin the Classic as I have in the big boats. I’m fishing it at the Classic, the Red River’sperfect for an aluminum boat. I’m actuallygoing to fish it at Toledo Bend in the Open,and maybe even at Amistad. I’m trying to erasethe wrong message that we’re sending to people. So many young kids call me and say, “Hey,do I have to have a 20 foot boat with thebig engine on it?” And they think they do. And I think we’re to blame for that. We’vegiven them that message that you can’t bea good fisherman if you don’t have the bigboat.