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Holiday Event Announcement!

Posted November 19, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings

Sign up for our weekly emails before 5 p.m. PST on November 21st to receive an invitation to our exclusive Black Friday Event. Click here to register or visit www.filson.com/email-signup/.

Guest Blog: Peter Patenaude’s Maine Bird Hunting Tips

Posted November 13, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting
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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 six tips to a successful partridge hunt.  It is partridge hunting season here in Maine– Ruffed Grouse for the rest of you. I look forward to October all year, not…

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Holiday 2012 Cowichan Collection

Posted November 9, 2012
· Filed In: Filson 101, Happenings, Heritage, Travel

Our annual limited-edition Cowichan sweaters have arrived at Filson HQ, hand-knit and ready to ship. The Cowichan line is extraordinary for both its history and the supreme quality. Since sheep were introduced in the 1890’s to the Cowichan Valley of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, the people of the land have been knitting. The storied articles of clothing use only naturally…

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The Art of Layering with Filson

Posted November 2, 2012
· Filed In: Filson 101, Happenings, Heritage

No matter the outdoor pursuits and passions, colder days are on the horizon and proper attire is key to finding comfort. Thoroughly enjoying quality time outside is important and managing body warmth is a crucial element.  As body temperature fluctuates throughout the day, being able to add or remove layers permits true comfort. Below is a combination of Filson favorites…

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Guest Blog: Dennis Lynch Reflects on C.C. Filson

Posted November 1, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings

We’ve come a long way since 1897 when C.C. Filson met the rugged clothing needs of loggers and gold miners. OK, now fast forward to 2012, where is the need now? What is the cry from the wilderness? Who are the new prospectors and sportsmen? First, let’s make a list of what C.C. Filson’s dream has delivered over the years:…

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Guest Blog: Rhon Bell’s Late Season Maine Camping Trip

Posted October 24, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel
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Maine-based Rhon Bell of Backwoods Plaid, takes Filson along for a late season camping trip navigated by bush plane. This remote access provides access to moose, top notch salmon fishing and memories with friends that will endure a lifetime. Late season camping offers a special attraction for every outdoor lover. Vibrant peak-colored leaves of fall hang tenderly to every branch.…

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George Hickox on Raising Outstanding Bird Dogs

Posted October 22, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings, Shooting
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George Hickox has a passion for developing bird dogs and has trained and campaigned National High Point Champions, numerous Field Champions, and has garnered over 100 field trial placements. He is also the Hunting Dog Editor for Shooting Sportsman Magazine, writes training columns for Pointing Dog Journal ,Retriever Journal, has written numerous dog training articles for magazines such as The…

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GUEST BLOG: Dick and Joanie Go Fishing by Judith O’Keefe

Posted October 17, 2012
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
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During the summer I worked part-time at a local fly shop, The Fly Fisher’s Place. This shop, like many counterparts all over the country, is open for business, but they aren’t there just to sell flies and book guide trips. These shops provide not only a place to buy fishing tackle and get the latest information about what is happening…

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Guest Blog: Tyler Sharp Pays Tribute While Fly Fishing the Yellowstone River (Part 3)

Posted October 15, 2012
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings

Tyler Sharp is a writer, photographer and filmmaker based in Austin, TX. He’s currently working to preserve the Chisholm Trail and pass Bill HR2849 which would designate the trail as a National Historic Trail. You can learn more about Tyler and the Chisholm Trail Project at www.tylersharp.com

Guest Blog: Kristen Monroe Attends the 56th Annual AGLOW Conference

Posted October 9, 2012
· Filed In: Events, Happenings, Shooting

Growing up in a family of hunters & fishermen has lead Kristen Monroe of OutdoorNews.com to have passion for the outdoors. When she was young she loved waking up at the crack of dawn to go fishing with her older brother and dad. Although she was only allowed to fish for bluegills as a young girl she couldn’t wait until…

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