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Field Guide: Winter Steelheading on the Olympic Peninsula

Posted December 1, 2014
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting, Travel, Way of Life
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With sparse deserts and plains, sprawling coastal tidelands, and the only temperate rainforest in the contiguous United States, Washington is home to one of the most diverse climates of any state. For any sportsman or woman this translates to endless outdoor possibilities. A 3-hour drive from the Filson Headquarters in Seattle will put you knee-deep in slate gray water throwing…

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Fly Fishing the American West with Tyler Sharp

Posted October 30, 2014
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting
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Tyler Sharp is a documentary photographer, writer, and filmmaker based out of Dallas, Texas. Traveling extensively on assignment, he has filmed and photographed a myriad of cultures and landscapes, and slept under the stars in some of the most remote regions of the world.  Today, Tyler explores the American West in Montana with a fly rod and his family.  …

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Chasing Ghosts: Himalayan Snowcock Hunting in Nevada with Larry McKurtis

Posted October 10, 2014
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Hunting, Shooting, Sporting
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  Larry McKurtis is a writer and amateur photographer living in Northern Nevada. He prefers sleeping in the dirt, pushing himself to delirious exhaustion, and getting to the marrow of the matter at hand. Aside from writing he’s an avid cyclist, wood worker, hunter, and fly fisherman. These activities give him an excuse to travel and explore the American West…

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Red Slashed Gills and Yellow Days: Late Summer Cutthroat Fishing in The Rockies

Posted September 25, 2014
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting
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Blaine Peetso is a mill worker in Northern Alberta and a self-described daydreamer. With a penchant for the outdoors and for photography, he created The Borealist blog as an excuse to capture images of his part of the world and to rearrange the alphabet as he sees fit. Follow Blaine as he spends the last days of summer chasing Cutthroat…

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Giving it All to the River: Fly Fishing the Sierras with Elias Carlson

Posted September 4, 2014
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting, Travel, Way of Life
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The massive trout rose gently from a deep shadow between the boulders. A muscular shimmer in the green water. It seemed unconcerned with the unusual strength of the tiny nymph in its jaws which dragged it slowly towards the surface. For a split-second the three of us froze. Then the size of the fish registered and our hearts kicked into…

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Unfailing Dads: Like Father, Like Son

Posted June 10, 2014
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting
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Our fathers have endured many early mornings and painstaking days teaching us how to cast a fly rod, fell a tree, and to safely handle an over-and-under; and we couldn’t be more grateful. With Father’s Day right around the corner, it feels fitting to return the favor and share stories of appreciation for the men who introduced many of us…

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Reflections on a Rhode Island Ramble: Fly Fishing with Forest Woodward

Posted May 13, 2014
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting, Travel
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I grew up in the mountains of North Carolina. At the age of one I was fortunate to meet my best friend Jacob, and over the course of the next 26 years we have had countless misadventures. Emphasis on the mis. When Jacob came to visit me in the spring of this year, we decided to load up my old…

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

Posted April 9, 2014
· Filed In: 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.  

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

Posted March 28, 2014
· Filed In: 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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