One other thing that came up in your testimony, or in some of the questioning, was the involvement of women.
I think, Mr. Brecht, you spoke to this a little bit. We've heard from several witnesses about the growing involvement of women in hunting—especially in angling—but our study here is on licensed hunting and trapping. Is there anything you can put your finger on to attribute that growth to? Has Cabela's looked at this at all in any way, shape, or form to get a sense of what is driving this, and also what the upsides are from a conservation standpoint? We're looking at environmental stewardship here and at maybe having kind of a new group involved in it. How do you see this playing out?