I grew up on a lake in the Midwest, and fishing is a big deal in that part of the world. Before dawn the fishermen rise and pack their coolers, secure their tackle boxes, grab a few fishing poles and a net, and then set out on their boats to get in position on the lake before daybreak. Each fisherman has his theories about which lure works best, as well as corresponding stories about the size of the fish he caught with each kind. Each fisherman has a different opinion, a different strategy. The thing is, no one is wrong. Although fishing is, in fact, partially about how you approach the task at hand, it’s also about just casting out the line over and over to see what you get at different times and in different locations.