With a Presidential debate scheduled for the small town of Red, Montana, an outspoken mayor, an indian sheriff, and a cowboy doctor show America how to turn the country around.
The lightweight monofilament line whispered as it whirred lazily three times through the crisp Montana morning air in a slow-motion ever increasing S pattern. Like a feather the line gently landed flat on the smooth surface of Eagle Lake, and a tiny hand-crafted brightly colored yellow fly barely penetrated the surface, accompanied by a soft „plink‟ sound.
Lightfoot smiled in admiration as the good doctor hit his intended target. Before he could quietly offer “nice cast Doc” the lake surface exploded as the full length of a large trout, mouth filled with artificial bait, leaped into space and tried, in vain, to shake the hook.