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Up a Creek in Wallace, Idaho by Gary Lewis

Posted May 20, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Travel
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Gary Lewis is the host of Adventure Journal and author of John Nosler – Going Ballistic, Black Bear Hunting, Hunting Oregon and other titles. They took out the stoplight on I-90 in 1991 and the townsfolk in Wallace, Idaho, their feelings hurt by the freeway bypass, proclaimed a manhole cover the Center of the Universe. I remember the stoplight. We…

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Casting and Blasting at Historic Deadwood, South Dakota

Posted May 17, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Shooting, Travel
Kristen Monroe - fly fishing

Growing up in a family of hunters & fishermen has lead Kristen Monroe of OutdoorNews.com to have passion for the outdoors. Recently, Kristen visited South Dakota for some old fashioned casting and blasting. Some visit South Dakota for the great pheasant hunting.  Others seek a peek at Mount Rushmore.  But I was searching for adventure on the beautiful Black Hills streams. I…

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Fly Fishing Refresher: 4 Things to Remember On Your First Trip of the Year

Posted May 14, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
Flybox by Judith O'Keefe

Words by David S. Lewis.  Executive Editor, (614) Magazine. Photo by Judith O’Keefe Mother’s Day marks the beginning of spring fly fishing for many.  It takes a different breed (and a river out West) to brave the freezing waters of February, or the rapids of the snow melt in March and April. Truth be told, I could have easily waited another couple weeks,…

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An Invitation from the Deschutes by Al James

Posted May 7, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
Fly Fishing - Rainbow Trout - Al James

Al James is a musician and avid fly fisher based in Portland, Oregon.  Al has carefully combed the banks of the Deschutes River for over 10 years, and offers 5 hard-earned lessons for fishing this beautiful waterway. Drop everything and fish the salmon fly hatch It’s estimated that there are more than 3,500 Wild Redside Rainbow Trout per mile on…

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In Your Words: Ralph, 12 Years Later

Posted April 23, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Heritage, In Your Words, Travel
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‘In Your Words’ explores the incredible stories we’ve received from Filson fans across the globe.  Send us your own experiences with our clothing or product here for a chance to be featured on the Filson Life blog.  Ralph from Switzerland discovered Filson products over 12 years ago and continues to rely on our product. During my long travels throughout the United…

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Filling the “Dry” Season with Judith O’Keefe

Posted April 19, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Travel
Bahamas Island Beach

So what’s an angler to do when the winter wind blows and the water temps chill you to the bone?  Yes, there are steelhead to chase.  And if you don’t mind standing in a cold river all day, knowing you might never hook, much less land, a fish, then be my guest.  But what if your body just aches for…

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Pro Guide Wading Jacket Review by Alex Jablonski

Posted April 12, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
Pro Guide Wading Jacket Review

Alex is a filmmaker based in Southern California. He recently produced the documentary Low & Clear which was hailed by Field & Stream as “The best fly-fishing movie ever.” The film is available on DVD and will be released on VOD and iTunes in June. The point of gear is not gear. Sure, a finely made rod or pair of boots…

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Improbable Optimist: Fishing’s Opening Day

Posted April 10, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Travel
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This Saturday marks Fishing’s Opening Day in Vermont. As the day of reckoning for countless unsuspecting trout draws near, New York City writer, editor and veteran angler David Coggins weighs in on a day he’s had marked on his calendar since fishing season ended last October. Serious anglers are known for a sense of imagination that borders on exaggeration, and,…

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Lunch With a Living Legend by Judith O’Keefe

Posted April 9, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Travel
Frank Moore - Rivermaster

Words and photos by Judith O’Keefe The weather was dreary, a typical March day on the North Umpqua River.  A friend and I made the five hour drive over the mountains to meet up with John, a well known author, fly tier, longtime friend and — most importantly — frequent visitor to this legendary and challenging river. John was a…

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A Closer Look with Louis Cahill

Posted April 8, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
A Closer Look: Trout fin

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. Study the stream bed, brown and green. Through ripples and reflections, we find rocks and…

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