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39hrs - EPISODE 6 - presented by Travel Manitoba

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FINAL HOURS!!! This is the 32nd to the 39th hour of competition. Three teams of fierce multi species anglers compete for an entire weekend, from early Saturday morning to Sunday sundown (39 consecutive hours), from thousands of miles apart, in the least contained and most closely documented fishing competition...ever? The longest fish of every species is worth one point, and all techniques are fair game. Presented by Travel Manitoba. Team Shimano is Paul Castellano & Taro Murata. http://Fish.Shimano.com/ http://www.CastAdventures.ca/ http://www.TaroMurata.com/ Team Manitoba is Aaron Wiebe & Manny Milas. http://www.HuntFishManitoba.com/ Team Saskatchewan is Adam Konrad & Sean Konrad. http://www.TourismSaskatchewan.com/ http://www.FishingGeeks.net/ ... Please subscribe to our YouTube channel by clicking here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... And plug in to us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UncutAngling Our Webpage: http://www.UncutAngling.com Our Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/UncutAngling Our Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/UncutAngling Our Periscope: https://www.Periscope.tv/UncutAngling Our Vine: https://vine.co/OfficialUncutAngling This is 39 hours. Spanning from early Saturday morning until late Sunday night on the last weekend of May. Three teams spread over thousands of miles are competing to catch the biggest fish of as many different species as they can. Team Shimano is Paul Castellano and Taro Murata. Team Manitoba is Aaron Wiebe and Manny Milas. Team Saskatchewan is Adam Konrad and Sean Konrad. One point is available for the longest legal fish of any species over twelve inches. Each point is worth a dozen Shimano rod and reel combos for kids fishing initiatives of that teams choice. The team with the most points held at the end of the weekend are the champions This is thirty nine hours. Presented by Travel Manitoba. Canada’s heart, beats. The teams must share a video report after every 8 hours.