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The Third Episode of Redington’s ‘Find Your Water’ Series
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In the third episode of Find Your Water: Season 2, Redington and KGB Productions take us behind the scenes and show us all the things that can go wrong when you try to catch fly-fishing on camera. Sometimes the fish don't bite, anglers can't set the hook, and nature tries to scare you from the water. As the folks in this installment prove, it's all worth the catch at the end of the day—both on the line and on camera.