I fight with the short flight times of the Breeze - it's awful for me at around 8 minutes (5300 feet - Colorado). However I think I have found an application that fits right in with my hobbies; flying aerobatic RC planes and helicopters, and kayak fishing. My wife and I take the kayaks out each summer, about 3x per week and fish a great lake here in CO. There are no power boats, or 'power anything' allowed on the lake, and you can't even swim in the lake as it's designated a reservoir and is used as a water source for Boulder. Anyway, it's a great peaceful lake, not overcrowded, and easy to get to. It's fine to fly in and around the lake per the NFZ maps. The lake is not open to boating year around, but for about 5 months during the summer. I often fish there from shore (when the lake is closed to boating) and the trout are "OK" but the nice ones are out farther than you can cast - and I KNOW where they are! So here's my plan - I'm attaching a small "C" shape to the bottom of the Breeze - part of a paperclip will work fine I think. This will allow me to slide a small loop in the fishing line over the C. The bait, bobber, lure... whatever will hang below the Breeze (about 10-15 feet or whatever) with air resistance forcing the line below to 'hang back' below the drone when flying - not letting it come off. Now, using the Journey mode, I can set the altitude and how far the line goes out before it drops. I will keep the Breeze about 15' high and then set the distance, perhaps starting at 50', going up to a few hundred feet. As you know, the camera angle sets the Journey altitude - so that's cool. I can keep the Breeze parallel to the water if I want, starting at the hover altitude set in the Journey mode. If each flight lasts 60 seconds - 30 out and back, I might be able to do this "casting" 8 times before changing batteries. This would be fine I think. The neat thing, the Breeze does 90% of the work with the pre-programmed Journey mode. I'll of course be testing this before hand on dry land, but in theory it should work great. Of course we had 5" of snow last night so testing will need to wait a bit, but I have a long hall I can play with - working out the line dropping.