Yes, given the considerable investment, it's too bad there's not more at stake than the official prize money. Which is surprising, as a lot of the anglers act as if there might be. Of course, nobody talks about the Calcutta, which technically doesn't exist. But if it did - nudge, nudge, wink, wink - it would be referring to bets made on the side that could total tens of thousands of dollars a day. As I said, everyone assures me it doesn't exist. Ask anyone on any dock and you'll hear, "Calcutta, what's that?" Maybe it is just the pure sport of fishing that brings out each angler's competitive nature. At least officially, that's the storyline.