Video: Finding fulfillment in fly fishing and guiding

As part of its Live More Now project, BUFF's 3-minute video highlights the joy one fly fishing guide gets in being outside.
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When Maddie Brenneman is fly fishing, there's no such thing as anxiety. BUFF just released a short video featuring the Colorado-based guide and the joy she finds in celebrating life to the fullest by doing what she loves. Constantly taking a long look at her own motivations and desires, she’s made sure that she’ll never look back and wonder, “What if?”

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