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Make Mine a Double by Judith O’Keefe

Posted February 20, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
Make Mine a Double

Words by Judith O’Keefe Photos courtesy of Burkheimer Rods I love casting a fly rod. That used to be all I’d have to say.  It was generally assumed I was referring to my single hand rod, and I was.  I learned to fly fish on the Deschutes River, casting a sink-tip fly line as far as I could, hoping to…

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8 Tips for Snowshoe Hare Hunting with Peter Patenaude

Posted January 26, 2013
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Shooting
8 Tips for Snoeshoe Hare Hunting

Peter Patenaude, a registered Maine guide, has been a Filson advocate for over six years. His blog Boot & Canoe, focuses on traditional skills and Maine’s outdoor heritage. Peter shares some tips for a successful snowshoe hare hunt with you.  Find them useful?  Make sure to leave a comment below! At the end of a fresh snow, there is nothing more…

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Yellowhammers and Specks by Louis Cahill

Posted January 23, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
Louis Cahill - Yellowhammer and Specks

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. “I thought you might like these,” my brother Tom holds out an old yellowed…

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The First Twenty Weeks: Critical Dog Development with George Hickox

Posted January 16, 2013
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Shooting
Imprinting with George Hickox

The first few months of a dog’s life are a critical development period. It is imperative that ‘Pupster’ develops desired behavioral patterns through proper exposures and training in the early months in order to maximize his genetic ability. During the first six months the canine pupil is learning about the world and what works for him. An effective trainer will…

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Steelhead Fishing on the Grande Ronde River by Judith O’Keefe

Posted January 8, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
Judith O'Keefe Fly Fishing on the Grande Ronde River

While fly fishing on one of the West’s most famous steelhead streams, outdoor enthusiast Judith O’Keefe is reminded what makes this particular pastime so special. Photos courtesy of Kelly James. This past October, a group of eight anglers met at a cozy lodge in the Blue Mountains of Southeast Washington, just outside the tiny town of Anatone.  Besides wheat production,…

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Peter Patenaude is on the Mission of Finding Partridge

Posted December 11, 2012
· Filed In: Hunting
Boot and Canoe Filson Guest Post 2

Peter Patenaude, a registered Maine guide, has been a Filson advocate for over six years. His blog Boot & Canoe, focuses on traditional skills and Maine’s outdoor heritage. Peter shares some more tips for a successful partridge hunt.  Partridge hunting can be a difficult thing. Chasing those small brown and tan chickens through the woods is sometimes a very frustrating experience,…

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Judith O’Keefe: Here Comes Trouble

Posted December 7, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting
Blitzen, The Pudelpointer

Judith O’Keefe loves the great outdoors whether she’s out in the field or on the river she enjoys share it with her dogs, Cooper, Skeeter, and Bug. These loyal companions are as at home in the outdoors as they are by the fireplace. In August she added another addition to her furry family, Blitzen.  This past summer I had no intention, none what so ever, of…

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Tough and True, Bloodlines Never Lie: the Puppy Luncheon with Eaglerock Setters

Posted December 5, 2012
· Filed In: Hunting
Eaglerock Setters and Michael Thompson

Eaglerock Kennels has been breeding some of the finest English Setters ever to point a bird for over 38 years. These loyal companions are as at home in the outdoors as they are by the fireplace. Filson pro-staffer and manager of Eaglerock Kennels, Michael Thompson can thank his trusted Filson gear and good bloodlines for continued successful hunts in the field. …

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Perfect Gifts for the Hunter this Holiday Season

Posted December 3, 2012
· Filed In: Filson 101, Heritage, Hunting
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Every hunter needs to have the best of the best to comfortably return from the field. We’ve compiled our personal selections for the holidays. No matter the caliber they tote, the field conditions in which they trot, or the game they chase – we have your gifting options covered. From tin cloth pistol or rifle cases to the reliability and…

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Kristen Monroe Recaps Fly Fishing for Salmon in Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Posted November 28, 2012
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
Kristin Monroe in Sheboygan, WI

Growing up in a family of hunters & fishermen has lead Kristen Monroe of OutdoorNews.com to have passion for the outdoors. When she was young she loved waking up at the crack of dawn to go fishing with her older brother and dad. Although she was only allowed to fish for bluegills as a young girl she couldn’t wait until she was…

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