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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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Guest Blog: Judith O’Keefe, Save Bristol Bay

Posted May 8, 2012
· Filed In: Conservation, Fly Fishing
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Judith O’Keefe took on Washington D.C. with the Save Bristol Bay crew. She is a supporter of the cause and so are we, we’re proud of the efforts made by fellow sportsmen at The U.S. Capitol! Did I hesitate when Trout Unlimited’s regional director of the Save Bristol Bay project called asking me to join thirty-nine fellow anglers and hunters…

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GUEST BLOG: JT Van Zandt, The craft of boat building

Posted April 26, 2012
· Filed In: Fly Fishing
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John Townes Van Zandt returns home to Texas after a successful film festival tour with the fishing documentary “Low and Clear” and picks up where he left off in building the pristine “Sea Dart” fishing boat. What a wonderful and exciting experience it has been to take our movie “Low and Clear” to multiple film festivals over the last couple…

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Gearing Up For Turkey Season with Ben Smith

Posted April 17, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Shooting
Photo Credit: Ben Smith

Ben Smith of Arizona Wanderings is gearing up for the opening of Arizona Turkey season on April 27th. It’s much more than packing up the truck and the buddies and heading out on the hunt. Ben helps us all prepare for the season with these expert packing tips so we can take home the prize winner. With turkey season right around…

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GUEST BLOG POST: Judith O’Keefe, Fishing Montana in July

Posted April 9, 2012
· Filed In: Fly Fishing
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Judith O’Keefe is ready for summer! Because with summer comes her favorite fishing trip in Montana at Five Rivers lodge. After reading this, you just may be looking up flights and calling your fishing buddies, too. July is a long way off, but I’m already dreaming about Montana . . . fishing in Montana that is.   As many of you…

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Northwest Challenge: Wyatt’s First Shooting Competition

Posted April 6, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings, Shooting
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On the weekend of March 30-31, I, Wyatt Roetcisoender, participated in my very first shooting competition in the freezing rain and hail. I missed most of the thrown clay pigeons, but Bill Simmons helped me get the 71-72/200 of the doubles that changed every day of the competition. He supported me when I missed and I supported him when he…

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GUEST BLOG: 5 shooting tips from Jay of Red Clay Soul

Posted March 29, 2012
· Filed In: Shooting
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Jay of Red Clay Soul, appreciates good style, good food, good music, good places, and good people – with a Southern slant. He’s out in the field with one of his buddies learning the ways of the shotgun and scoping out a potential new purchase. For all you beginners, Jay has some great tips to keep you on track. I’m in…

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GUEST BLOG: Judith O’Keefe, A Driven Shoot at Highland Hills Ranch – Part 2

Posted March 15, 2012
· Filed In: Shooting
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If there is anything you should know by now about Judith O’Keefe, it is that she is always up for a new experience, regardless of how foreign it may be to her. Now join her on the front lines of her visit to the Highland Hills Ranch in Condon, OR for a traditional driven shoot. What you have all been waiting…

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GUEST BLOG: Ben Smith, 4 tips to tying flies

Posted March 13, 2012
· Filed In: Fly Fishing
Photo Credit: Ben Smith

As we prepare for spring fly fishing season we turn to Ben Smith of Arizona Wanderings for the expert tips on tying flies. We’re ready to get out on the river. Anybody else? There is no substitute for standing in the middle of the creek, watching a bushy dry fly float through the current, but tying flies comes pretty close. The…

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Converging: Low & Clear from the eyes of co-director Tyler Hughen

Posted March 8, 2012
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
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  Tyler Hughen, Co-director of the documentary Low & Clear,  shares with us a special moment as his dreams come to life on the big screen at True/False film festival. We fell in love with Low & Clear from the minute we set eyes on the trailer because it speaks a language that all fishermen know, understand and cherish. Next on the agenda, Low…

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