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Launching the Off-Season Odyssey with Ultimate Upland

Posted March 28, 2013
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Shooting, Travel
Off-Season Odyssey with Ultimate Upland

Brian Koch started Ultimate Upland in 2010 to be the most comprehensive resource for upland hunting enthusiasts. Since then it has grown into a community where bird hunters congregate and share their love for the sport. Koch strives to be the hardest working bird hunter in the country and aims to reach hunters and fans with detailed accounts of Ultimate Upland adventures.…

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The Right Beginnings with George Hickox

Posted March 27, 2013
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Shooting
Dog Training with George Hickox

For over two decades, George Hickox has shown all levels of owners how to train great bird dogs.  More often than not, the secret to a successful day in the field starts with a solid upbringing.  Learn what small steps to take early on in your dog’s development to ensure many happy memories are made on the hunt. The first…

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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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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 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: 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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GUEST BLOG: #ELKTOUR – An Elk Hunting Documentary Film By Rudy From Huntography

Posted August 27, 2012
· Filed In: Hunting, Shooting

“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike. And all plans, safeguards, policing, and coercion are fruitless. We find that after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us.” – John Steinbeck One day, while filming last years #DEERTOUR, I was interviewing Ryan Shoemaker, an extremely passionate bowhunter and writer from…

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10 Shooting Tips for Waterfowl

Posted August 17, 2012
· Filed In: Shooting
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1. Practice As the saying goes, practice makes perfect. Above all other tips, just get out and shoot in the pre-season. Find a clay skeet shooting range and go after shots you might see while on the pond (crossing, incoming, etc.). Ask an instructor at the range for advice or take a lesson. Begin on a less challenging station until…

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Filson at the 13th Annual Oregon Hunters Association Shotgun Skills Youth Clinic

Posted July 16, 2012
· Filed In: Shooting

Our shooting ambassador, Bill Simmons, shares the great success and this awesome picture from the 13th Annual Oregon Hunters Association Shotgun Skills Youth Clinic. Mitchells @ Salem Clay Target Sports played host to over 91 young shooters that received valuable instruction from the experts, free shells, and use of shotguns. Thank you to all who attended. Can’t wait till next year!  

Scott Linden: Water, water everywhere … but what about birds?

Posted May 17, 2012
· Filed In: Shooting
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Scott Linden of Wingshooting USA is a dear friend of Filson who has taught us many shooting tips and lessons in the field over the years. Scott helps us find more birds by scoping out their water sources in today’s lesson. Birds need water. Not much, and not necessarily from the “usual suspects,” but almost every day. Though they don’t…

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