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GUEST BLOG, Kristen Monroe Busting clays at the Women on Target Shotgun Event

Posted November 17, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings

Kristen Monroe lives for the great outdoors and is always seeking to learn something new that will lead her on her next adventure. So with the opportunity to “bust some clays” at a NRA Women on Target shotgun shooting skills class, do you think she’d say no? No chance. I live by this motto; Get the most out of the…

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GUEST BLOG: Tom Slaughter, Filson clothing maintenance and preparation

Posted November 15, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings

When it comes to hunting and fishing, Tom Slaughter understands that a key aspect to a successful trip is detailed preparation. Here Tom explains how he checks and double-checks all of his Filson gear to make sure it is all suitable for his trip. We all know you never want to be stuck in the field with some damaged goods.…

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GUEST BLOG: Judith O’Keefe, Casting for Recovery Retreat

Posted November 10, 2011
· Filed In: Fly Fishing
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Judith O’Keefe loves being on the river and always jumps on her next opportunity to land a “big one.” Yet Judith didn’t even think twice about taking a weekend off to volunteer at a Casting for Recovery Retreat, where she could share her expertise in fly fishing with a few women battling breast cancer. Two weeks ago, I had the honor…

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Mikael Kennedy’s 5 Favorite Places in America to Photograph

Posted November 9, 2011
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Happenings, Travel
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Photographer and adventurer, Mikael Kennedy, takes us on an insightful journey through his favorite places to photograph in the US. We’re biased to the Oregon coast, of course! I was asked recently what my 5 favorite places to photograph. The simple answer is anywhere on the road; give me 2 lanes of black top, a camera and a car, but to…

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GUEST BLOG, Tommy Ellis Social Ties

Posted November 3, 2011
· Filed In: Hunting

Tommy Ellis enlightens us on how he maintains the traditional heritage of hunting while incorporating social media and technology to keep him connected. For him, this combination works harmoniously and helps him get the best out of both worlds. The outdoors is about traditions and passing them along, I have believed this since I started hunting and fishing as a…

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Filson floats the Grande Ronde

Posted November 2, 2011
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
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Earlier this month, a couple of our own Filson employees hit the Grande Ronde for the fall Steelhead run.  Although we have some avid fishermen (and women), the main objective was to get some great photography.  We took along a professional photographer, Kelly James, out of Salem Oregon.  The weather was still very summer-like with high 80 degree temperatures.  Water…

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GUEST BLOG: John Riutta, Digiscoping in Panama

Posted November 1, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings
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With a B.A. in Literature, a M.A. in Education and a M.B.A., John Riutta has spent a good portion of his life in the classroom. Aside from Riutta’s extensive education he is also quite an accomplished bird watcher. In this installment of Filson Life, Riutta describes a week long journey to Panama where he will be digiscoping the magnificent birds…

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A gift from father to son

Posted October 31, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings
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Brett Ward was first introduced to Filson with a pair of Double Tin Pants from his father when he was 13 years old and his father continues to pass along the tradition. My father bought a Mackinaw Cruiser 12 years ago to this day. I was mentioning to him that I was going to purchase one and he said he…

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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, Peter Fiduccia, Dressed to Kill

Posted October 25, 2011
· Filed In: Hunting
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Peter Fiduccia, aka the Deer Doctor, is truly an expert in the field when it comes to hunting. In his first blog with Filson Life, Peter explains a vital aspect to having a successful hunt and how he stays warm in the field, and his eyes on the prize, even in the most extreme conditions. The most important elements to…

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