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The Cutthroat and the Sweet Sixteen with Louis Cahill

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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’  photography and writing at Gink and Gasoline. My friend Gary Lacey did me a disservice while shooting clays one day. I fell one…

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Saving the Nebraska Sandhills with the World Wildlife Fund

Posted August 21, 2013
· Filed In: Conservation, Depth In The Field, Happenings, Ranching, Way of Life
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Words courtesy of Matt Wagner, the Director of Conservation Outreach and the Freedom to Roam Initiative in North America for WWF. For 110 years, Sarah Sortum’s family has called their ranch in the Nebraska Sandhills home. Originally settled by her great-grandfather, and eventually passed on to her parents, their 12,000 acre ranch continues to be a foundation of Loup County.…

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Tricks of the Trade: Make Your Own Archery Quiver with Matt Pierce of Wood&Faulk

Posted August 20, 2013
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Tricks of the Trade, Way of Life
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Matt Pierce is a modern day jack of all trades.  Born in Kansas, the tinkerer’s interests in carpentry and mechanics were honed through interactions with close friends and family.  Eight years ago, Matt gathered the gumption to uproot, leave Kansas, and relocate to Portland, Oregon.  Currently, he runs a blog entitled Wood&Faulk and carries a line of his own craftsman…

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Field Testing the Fly Fishing Strap Vest with Tyler Sharp

Posted August 19, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting, Travel
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Tyler Sharp is a documentary photographer, writer, and filmmaker based out of Dallas, Texas. Traveling extensively on assignment, he has filmed and photographed a myriad of cultures and landscapes, and slept under the stars in some of the most remote regions of the world.  Today, Tyler revisits a family fly fishing tradition and illustrates the myriad uses of our Fly…

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Building a Barn: Former Filson Employee Fulfills a Family Dream

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Former Filson employee Ben Fife returned to the plains of Spokane this March to finish a project he started with his Father: a 48′ by 40′ classic burnt-red barn — and more importantly — the foundation of their family dream to have a home in the country. Late in to the Summer’s light, we had a chance to reconnect with…

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Meet Big Craig: A Filson Motorcycle Fly Fishing Trip

Posted August 13, 2013
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting, Travel, Way of Life
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  Tommy Monette, our Sales Representative for the Rocky Mountain area, always finds time to leave the city lights of Denver behind. He grabs his bike (complete with custom Filson upholstered seat), wrangles up his crew, and heads out to remote(ish) areas for some old-fashioned R&R. His latest outing was complete with fishing, friends, flasks of whiskey, and a run-in…

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Can Fly Fishing Save the World with Mongolia River Outfitters

Posted August 11, 2013
· Filed In: Conservation, Fly Fishing, Travel
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Peter W. Fong is a writer, editor, and fly fishing guide. His first novel, Principles of Navigation, won the 2012 New Rivers Press Electronic Book Series Competition. Can fly fishing save the world? Mongolia River Outfitters’ owner Mark Johnstad thinks so, and Peter –after working with him for the past eight years– believes he may be on to something. Photos…

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3 Ways to Better Your Chances for a Bird this Fall with Andy Duffy

Posted August 8, 2013
· Filed In: Hunting, Shooting, Sporting, Tricks of the Trade
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Andy Duffy has been shooting competitively for over 23 years. He’s a 12 time Sporting Clays National Champion and an avid bird hunter. Today, he details 3 ways to improve your chances of taking down a feathered friend this Fall. One of the issues for shotgun shooters who practice on clays is to realize that targets start fast and slow…

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Nick Stevens and the Washington Conservation Corps

Posted August 5, 2013
· Filed In: Conservation, Happenings, In the Field
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Nick Stevens grew up in Seattle, Washington making art, exploring the city, and venturing into the abundant wilderness areas surrounding Puget Sound. In 2012 he graduated from Seattle University with a BFA in Photography and moved to Port Angeles, Washington to work for the Washington Conservation Corps and live closer to the mountains and the ocean.I joined up with the…

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Tricks of the Trade: How to Properly Pack a Filson Bag with Max Wastler

Posted August 1, 2013
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel, Tricks of the Trade
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Max Wastler is a writer living and working in Chicago, Illinois. Through his blog, All Plaidout, he strives to tell a uniquely American story through the people he meets, the places he goes. Today, he details the perfect way to pack your Filson. For business or pleasure, make sure to start your travels with these time-tested tips. When I set…

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