It’s 2 a.m. in Pace, Florida, a small community on the outskirts of Pensacola. Except for a police officer or two, Paul Baker has the road, and the boat launch on Pensacola Bay, to himself. He operates The Bait Boat, a floating source for area anglers who fish out of Pensacola Pass. (He also provides forage fish to 30 bait shops from Gulf Shores, Alabama, to Panama City.) Unlike many live-bait suppliers, Baker catches his fish the morning before they are to be sold.