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A Closer Look with Louis Cahill

Posted April 8, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings
A Closer Look: Trout fin

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. Study the stream bed, brown and green. Through ripples and reflections, we find rocks and…

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Depth in the Field: Photographer Lee Kjos Invites Filson In

Posted March 6, 2013
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Happenings, Hunting, Way of Life
Depth in Field: Lee Kjos

Photos courtesy of Lee Kjos. Lee’s photographs drip with distinct style.  Born and raised in Minnesota, Kjos spent a majority of his life in the outdoors, and his appreciation of the perfect day in the field is palpable.  Ever since his first photograph — which he remembers vividly — Lee has aimed to capture the best possible image of his…

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Search for Golden Dorado by Brian McGeehan

Posted February 26, 2013
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Travel
Search for Golden Dorado

Brian McGeehan is an outfitter and owner of Montana Angler Fly Fishing based in Bozeman, MT.  Brian is also an avid international angler and leads annual trips to Argentina, Chile and the Bahamas. Golden Dorado Golden Dorado are native to South America in a relatively small geographic region that includes Northern Argentina, Uruguay, Southern Brazil and some small pockets in Bolivia.…

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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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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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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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Brian McGeehan on Fly Fishing in Central Patagonia

Posted November 19, 2012
· Filed In: Fly Fishing
Patagonia

Brian McGeehan leads annual hosted trips to Patagonia and is the owner and outfitter of Montana Angler Fly Fishing in Bozeman, MT.  He has been guiding fly fishing trips in Montana and Colorado for 18 seasons.  Montana Angler offers trips to both Chile and Argentina and works with a variety of lodges in South America. When you have a conversation…

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Guest Blog: Tyler Sharp Pays Tribute While Fly Fishing the Yellowstone River (Part 3)

Posted October 15, 2012
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings

Tyler Sharp is a writer, photographer and filmmaker based in Austin, TX. He’s currently working to preserve the Chisholm Trail and pass Bill HR2849 which would designate the trail as a National Historic Trail. You can learn more about Tyler and the Chisholm Trail Project at www.tylersharp.com

Guest Blog: Tyler Sharp Pays Tribute While Fly Fishing the Yellowstone River (Part 2)

Posted October 3, 2012
· Filed In: Fly Fishing

As this was my first time to join my father and his friends on their annual fly fishing trip, I fully intended to sit back, observe, and do what I could to “learn the ropes” of their routines and traditions. Flying into Bozeman, Montana, we got a breathtaking preview of Paradise Valley from above. We excitedly packed all of our…

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Guest Blog: Tyler Sharp Pays Tribute While Fly Fishing the Yellowstone River (Part 1)

Posted September 24, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings

Tyler Sharp is a writer, photographer and filmmaker based in Austin, TX. He’s currently working to preserve the Chisholm Trail and pass Bill HR2849 which would designate the trail as a National Historic Trail. You can learn more about Tyler and the Chisholm Trail Project at www.tylersharp.com In 1981, my father and his three best friends traveled to the Paradise…

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