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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
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: 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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GUEST BLOG: Laura Schara, A Dad and His Daughters’ Pheasant Hunt

Posted December 23, 2011
· Filed In: Hunting, Shooting

As a child, Laura Schara loved to join her father on his pheasant hunts and the memories she made on these adventures still serve as a few of her fondest ones. That’s why when presented with the opportunity to join her dad and sister on a pheasant trip to South Dakota; she couldn’t have been more excited. My sister and…

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“Filson in the Field” by the gentlemen of Bearings

Posted December 16, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Shooting
Photo Credit: Andy Lee

We’re excited to be featured in the men’s southern lifestyle guide Bearings.  In the article “Filson in the Field,”  the gentlemen put our gear to work in the field. There is so much new fangled hunting gear out there these days. High-tech gadgets and fancy apparel have flooded the market, and something has been lost in the shuffle. Hunting is a heritage sport, passed…

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GUEST BLOG: Kristen Monroe, 3rd annual Ducks Unlimited Women’s Media Camp

Posted December 9, 2011
· Filed In: Hunting, Shooting
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For every hunter out there, nothing can relate to the excitement and the memories made during that first hunt. For Kristen Monroe, her first duck hunt was certainly no exception to this well known fact. Plus to make this hunt even more unforgettable, she got to share it with some of the guys from Ducks Unlimited. As 2011 comes to…

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GUEST BLOG: Grayson Schaffer, Ten lessons from the pheasant camp that is actually a dog camp

Posted October 27, 2011
· Filed In: Shooting
Photo credit: Grayson Shaffer

Always Bet on the Underdog Ten lessons from the pheasant camp that is actually a dog camp Some people have Burning Man. For the last two years, I’ve cleared my schedule and made the 17-hour drive north to a certain repurposed mine-foreman’s house in North Dakota. On the agenda for the week: pheasants. My editor recently asked me if I…

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GUEST BlOG, George Hickox, Tips to keeping your dog safe and healthy

Posted October 20, 2011
· Filed In: Shooting
Photo credit: Bill Buckley

For over 2 decades, George Hickox has shown all levels of dog owners how to train bird dogs. He believes that no dog is too old to become a good hunter and that no dog is too young to learn correct habits. George knows everything from A-Z when it comes to bird dogs and with a new season on the…

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GUEST BLOG: Rudy, What is Huntography?

Posted October 14, 2011
· Filed In: Hunting, Shooting
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When you talk to Rudy you can’t help but see a man who is passionate about the heritage of hunting and the stories it creates. We are excited to highlight season 2 of “Huntography” on Filson Life, which follows hunters in deer camps, over 12 states, all who have connected through social media and their love for American hunting. Everything…

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