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Extinctions of the Pleistocene: Ice Fishing in Maine with Jon Levitt

Posted April 9, 2014
· Filed In: Featured, Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting
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Photographer Jonathan Levitt lives on an acreage near the village of Ducktrap, Maine and spends much of his time roaming the inlets and islands of Penobscot Bay. In his latest Filson Life, Jon explores the remnants of the “Ice Age” in a photo essay from an ice fishing trip for smelt with friends.  

The Blueprint for a Successful Bird Dog Training Program with George Hickox

Posted April 1, 2014
· Filed In: Featured, Happenings, Hunting, Shooting, Sporting
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For over two decades, George Hickox has shown all levels of owners how to train great bird dogs. Today, George details the blueprint of a successful bird dog training program.   The blueprint for a successful training program must be implemented in a timely manner and fundamental canine training principles must be adhered to in order to achieve the end…

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“Trout Don’t Live in Ugly Places” with Scott and Ashlee O’Malley

Posted March 28, 2014
· Filed In: Featured, Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting
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Photos by Scott and Ashlee O’Malley of The O’Malleys.   I once had a fishing guide tell me, “trout don’t live in ugly places.” Nowhere is that more true than Central Idaho’s Big Wood and Sawtooth Valleys. My dad and I have been fly-fishing these waters together for more than 15 years. It’s where I learned to fish and where…

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Close to Home: Fishing McCloud Run with Justin Meyer

Posted March 11, 2014
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting
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Justin Meyer runs the online store for Badowers, an Iowa-based Filson retailer. Photography by Justin Meyer and Austin Day   When most people think about trout fishing, they likely picture the snow-capped mountains of Montana with winding, glassy topped, spring fed streams loaded with 22″ brown trout rising to gulp a caddis. Trout fishing is supposed to be sexy, right?…

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Celebrating a Century of the Cruiser Contest

Posted March 2, 2014
· Filed In: Filson 101, Happenings, Sporting, Way of Life
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On March 3rd, we are celebrating the 100th Year of our Cruiser Patent. In honor of this, we’re giving away a jacket based on the original patent each week to a lucky Filson fan. To enter, simply visit our Facebook page, find the appropriate contest posting, then “Like” and “Comment” on the post. At the end of each week, we’ll…

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Last of the Season: Celebrating the Waterfowl Ender with Kyle Johnson

Posted January 29, 2014
· Filed In: Conservation, Depth In The Field, Happenings, Hunting, Shooting, Sporting, Way of Life
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Kyle Johnson is a 30 year old editorial and commercial photographer hailing from the Pacific Northwest. During the ending days of the waterfowl season, Kyle and his good friend Jerry Patty were able to rise before the sun and give it one last go in Carnation, WA. Below, Jerry reflects on a family hunting tradition as the season comes to…

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The Last Best Quail Country with T. Edward Nickens

Posted January 17, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Shooting, Sporting
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T. Edward Nickens reports on conservation, the outdoors, and Southern culture for some of the world’s most respected publications. He is editor-at-large for Field & Stream and a contributing editor for Audubon magazine. He hosts Field & Stream’s television shows The Gun Nuts and The Total Outdoorsman Challenge for Outdoor Channel. From the Nicaraguan rainforest to the shores of the…

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In the Bush: Cape Buffalo Hunting with Tyler Sharp

Posted January 9, 2014
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Happenings, Hunting, Sporting, Travel, Way of Life
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There is a saying in the African bush, that if one thing doesn’t kill you, something else will, and nothing could be more true of the Cape buffalo. Sometimes called black death, they have long been the quest of many a bold sportsmen for that very reason; they are extremely dangerous to hunt. As Roosevelt, Hemingway, and Capstick would surely…

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Frio: Hiking and Fly Fishing the San Juan River, New Mexico with Halley Roberts

Posted January 8, 2014
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting, Travel, Way of Life
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Halley Roberts is a photographer based in Portland, Oregon. This winter, Halley returned to New Mexico –her childhood home– to fish the scrappy waters of the San Juan River. The second my feet crunch into permafrost I know I’m already dehydrated. My lips are starting to crack so I stuff my mouth with snow. I’m standing on a hill in…

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Winter Steelheading on the Snoqualmie

Posted December 22, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, In the Field, Sporting, Travel, Way of Life
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  There’s nothing like winter steelheading.   The search for the elusive slivers of chrome in dark green water is wrought with frustration, undeniable joy, and constant anticipation. Much like panning for gold, it’s an exercise in determination and persistence, and offers comparable bounty to those who show commitment to the cold. As our breath collected in clouds and frozen…

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