Fighting doesn't always correlate to an aggressive nature: Andre the Giant was notably kind; Ali was charming and scholarly; and Channing Tatum was just happy he had the time to do it since his role was limited to a cameo in Step Up 2 The Streets. From a one-time brawler who'd rather be fishing: McCrary Outfitting.
Run by a punk music-loving tatted skater dude who started fly fishing at age eight, only to find beating the crap out of people as a 195lb amateur MMA fighter helped him find peace on the river, McCrary offers all-inclusive guide services and lessons to help dudes catch elusive steelhead through the art of spey casting, also how Bob Barker chooses his pets. For absolute beginners and novice casters, McCrary offers two-hour lessons on the Sandy to help you learn the finer points of using a two-handed rod to practice the aforementioned speying, a method he considers as difficult and rewarding as a "kick flip to nose slide on a handrail", because apparently he doesn't know you just spin the joystick while holding down R. As a guide, McCrary uses his knowledge of local rivers and serious cooking skills to offer an all-inclusive fishing experience which only requires a valid steelhead angling license and waders (instead of thousands of bucks of gear and tackle) and begins with him taking you where the fish are active, rain or shine, in his impeccably maintained boat, setting you up with an $1850 spey rod setup and flies, and preparing a lunch which in the summer includes grilled ribeye, because if he's indeed as good as he says he is you'll get plenty of fish.
McCrary also has serious fly-tying skills, creating and selling crazy feathered jobs with names like the Punk Rock Prawn and the Skull Splitter, which is what Pacey called Tatum after he bolted off the set of The Skulls, because it had "too much fighting, not enough dancing".