A friend of mine who writes for the San Diego Union Tribune Outdoor section, recently saw the movie "End of The Line" which is a documentary on the fate of the world's consumer fish populations. He said it was definitely a MUST SEE. I don't know where, or if it is playing up here yet, but I do plan on seeing the movie. He said: "I expected anti-fishing propaganda, and I got it, but not nearly the creelful I thought I'd get. This film is beautifully shot and directed by Rupert Murray, narrated smoothly by actor-environmentalist Ted Danson and loaded with eye-opening data gathered by author and fly fisherman Charles Clover for his 2004 book “The End of the Line,” on which the movie is based. What the film doesn't do, however, is point out the incredible job the United States has been doing to stop overfishing by regulating both its commercial and recreational fleets. If any of you hear of this playing up here, let us know. Would be interesting. You can go to Signonsandiego.com, sports section. I think it ran in today's paper.