KVD: It's that I want to control all the variables that I possibly can. Look, the competition out there is so tough, so tight, that losing one fish can mean the difference between winning and losing. Or it can knock you down 20 places in the standings. So you have to eliminate as many mistakes as you can. So, for example, I want to have the right rod for a given technique. And if I'm grinding a crankbait into a bottom of rock or gravel, the hooks -- even with the great hooks we have today -- can get dull. And it's faster to change hooks than to sharpen them, so that's what I do. If I'm fishing a tournament, I'll put fresh line on every day. Why? It's a variable, something I can control. And my mindset, you know, is why wouldn't you do everything possible to put yourself in a position to succeed? So I use braid, mono, and fluorocarbon, because each excels at different things. I only use mono on topwaters, because it floats better. I probably use fluorocarbon 75 percent of the time, on cranks, jerks, jigs, dropshots. It has a small diameter, it's virtually invisible, has almost no stretch. Those properties enhance almost every technique I use.