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8 Tips for Snowshoe Hare Hunting with Peter Patenaude

Posted January 26, 2013
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Shooting
8 Tips for Snoeshoe Hare Hunting

Peter Patenaude, a registered Maine guide, has been a Filson advocate for over six years. His blog Boot & Canoe, focuses on traditional skills and Maine’s outdoor heritage. Peter shares some tips for a successful snowshoe hare hunt with you.  Find them useful?  Make sure to leave a comment below! At the end of a fresh snow, there is nothing more…

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Yellowhammers and Specks by Louis Cahill

Posted January 23, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
Louis Cahill - Yellowhammer and Specks

Louis Cahill is an advertising photographer with over thirty years experience, and about as many holding a fly rod,  Louis has spent his life looking through the lens.  He’s not interested in what everyone else sees.  Find more of Louis’ incredible photography and writing at Gink and Gasoline. “I thought you might like these,” my brother Tom holds out an old yellowed…

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The First Twenty Weeks: Critical Dog Development with George Hickox

Posted January 16, 2013
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Shooting
Imprinting with George Hickox

The first few months of a dog’s life are a critical development period. It is imperative that ‘Pupster’ develops desired behavioral patterns through proper exposures and training in the early months in order to maximize his genetic ability. During the first six months the canine pupil is learning about the world and what works for him. An effective trainer will…

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George Barnett’s Surreal Wilderness Photography

Posted January 11, 2013
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Happenings
George Barnett Portrait

George Barnett’s Polaroid photographs recount tales as timeless and storied as the woods themselves.  At only 20 years old, the Kentucky native offers furtive glimpses of not only the mystery found in nature, but also the inherent maturity.  Over the last 6 years of captured memories, Filson has become George’s weathered travel partner; a central subject in his surreal work…

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Steelhead Fishing on the Grande Ronde River by Judith O’Keefe

Posted January 8, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
Judith O'Keefe Fly Fishing on the Grande Ronde River

While fly fishing on one of the West’s most famous steelhead streams, outdoor enthusiast Judith O’Keefe is reminded what makes this particular pastime so special. Photos courtesy of Kelly James. This past October, a group of eight anglers met at a cozy lodge in the Blue Mountains of Southeast Washington, just outside the tiny town of Anatone.  Besides wheat production,…

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My Filson Christmas Wish List By Dennis Lynch

Posted December 21, 2012
· Filed In: Filson 101, Happenings, Heritage
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Dennis Lynch has been around the outdoors his entire life and understands what gear you need for your favorite outdoor activity. But in this addition to Filson Life, Dennis explains how he creates his Christmas List that includes a bounty of Filson gear. Planning your Christmas shopping list can drive you crazy. Especially when your hoping to get your spouse that special…

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Growing Up In Northern Maine By Rhon Bell

Posted December 19, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings
Growing Up in Northern Maine with Rhon Bell

Maine-based Rhon Bell of Backwoods Plaid, takes Filson along for a trip through the backwoods of Northern Maine and the sights you see along the way.  Growing up in the woods of Northern Maine, like most wild states, hunting was a family occasion. Like the hunting land we’ll tramp across today, the skills of game scouting have been passed down from…

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Judith O’Keefe: Here Comes Trouble

Posted December 7, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting
Blitzen, The Pudelpointer

Judith O’Keefe loves the great outdoors whether she’s out in the field or on the river she enjoys share it with her dogs, Cooper, Skeeter, and Bug. These loyal companions are as at home in the outdoors as they are by the fireplace. In August she added another addition to her furry family, Blitzen.  This past summer I had no intention, none what so ever, of…

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Filson in The Field: Jeff Short’s Wildlife Preservation Story

Posted December 3, 2012
· Filed In: Conservation, Happenings, In the Field, Way of Life
Wildlife Preservation

Filson in the Field:WILDLIFE PRESERVATION FROM A HUNTER’S PERSPECTIVE, WYOMING from Filson on Vimeo. Jeff Short, a wildlife biologist and survey coordinator with the Wyoming Game & Fish Department, heads the Southwest Wyoming Radio Collaring Project to study the seasonal habitats, movement and fawn survival of Mule Deer. Since the last Mule Deer study in the mid-80s, southwest Wyoming has suffered…

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Filson Heads to The Pop Up Flea in New York City

Posted November 30, 2012
· Filed In: Events, Happenings
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This weekend marks Michael Williams fifth year organizing The Pop Up Flea in New York City. As folks flock to the city from as far away as Europe to see the latest fashion trends of American iconic clothiers; Filson is proud to join the mix. Should you be lucky enough to be in the area, we invite you to swing…

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