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

Posted March 29, 2012
· Filed In: Shooting
Photo Credit: Jay Sjoholm

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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Filson essentials for a hunting man

Posted March 8, 2012
· Filed In: Hunting
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As spring gets closer, we are all itching to get out to shoot a few rounds off and freshen up our hunting skills. While we know that winter doesn’t stop avid hunters like yourselves from getting in the field, there is nothing like the sunshine and longer days of spring to get the adrenaline going. With spring turkey season just…

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GUEST BLOG: Dennis Lynch, The Kentucky Trifecta

Posted March 6, 2012
· Filed In: Hunting
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One form of “exotic “ wagering at the racetrack is the Trifecta. This is where you have to pic the top 3 finishers in a race in the order in which they cross the finish line. I like the tri’s at the track but my favorite Trifecta is actually one I invented this winter and it takes place in the…

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Part II — Shed Hunting Tips for Bone-Heads!

Posted February 22, 2012
· Filed In: Hunting

In Part I of Shed Hunting Tips for Bone-Heads, Peter Fiduccia provided us all with some background on his experience with shed hunting. Now he’ll teach us the tricks of trade, that will leave you finding shed after shed. Trail cameras will help you determine when bucks start to drop their antlers, and to help find out where a buck…

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GUEST BLOG: Judith O’Keefe, A Driven Shoot at Highland Hills Ranch – Part 1

Posted February 21, 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. Steeped in tradition and history,…

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Shed Hunting Tips for Bone-Heads!

Posted February 15, 2012
· Filed In: Hunting

Oh, the excitement that deer season brings with it each and every year, isn’t it great? Peter Fiduccia of Woods N’ Water Press knows it all too well, and do you know how he keeps that thrill and anticipation running all year long? Shed hunting. Shed hunting dates back to our earliest ancestors. Cavemen collected antler bones not only to…

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GUEST BLOG: Mark Huelsing, Southwestern Venison Chili Recipe

Posted February 3, 2012
· Filed In: Hunting
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There’s no better way to spend a cold winter day than to cook up a delicious, warm meal made straight from the yield of your recent hunt. Especially when it’s Super Bowl Sunday! Mark Huelsing from Sole Adventure, is no stranger to this idea and with his Southwestern Venison Chili, we have a good feeling you’ll be drooling by end…

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