– INTRODUCING FILSON LIVE –
LIKE IT OR NOT, WE’VE HAD TO SPEND A LOT MORE TIME AT HOME THIS YEAR. SO RATHER THAN TWIDDLE OUR THUMBS, WE GOT STRAIGHT TO WORK ON A NEW SERIES OF HOW-TO’S, MUSIC PERFORMANCES, AND PLENTY MORE FROM FILSON –WITH THE HELP OF A FEW FRIENDS. INTRODUCING FILSON LIVE, BEAMED STRAIGHT FROM US TO WHEREVER YOU’RE CURRENTLY HOLED UP.
– PAST EVENTS –
DUCKS UNLIMITED x FILSON PRESENTS PHOTOGRAPHY STORIES WITH LEE KJOS
TUESDAY, 4/6 – 11:00AM PST | 2:00PM EST
The next Filson LIVE broadcast commemorates our ongoing product collaboration with Ducks Unlimited—leaders in the conservation of wetlands and waterfowl. For this edition, renowned photographer Lee Kjos will discuss outdoor photography, share stories from the field, and offer a peek behind-the-scenes of some of his favorite shots. Lee has worked alongside Filson for 25 years and over the course of his career, shot more DU covers than any other photographer. Joining Lee is Ducks Unlimited Creative Director Doug Barnes. Doug is an avid mountaineer and experienced sportsman. He’s worked at DU for 22 years, uniquely qualified to field viewer questions on-the-fly.
STEELHEAD SPEY FISHING WITH LAEL JOHNSON
MONDAY, 03/08 – 10:00AM PST | 1:00PM EST
We’re back with Lael Johnson for an encore, this time broadcasting live on the water. Lael is a fly fisherman and guide on the Olympic Peninsula with an unmatched depth of knowledge and skill.
In this livestream event, Lael will touch on casting tips, flies, fish release, and hopes to pull a steelhead during the broadcast. Tune in and let your questions fly.
STEELHEAD FLYFISHING GEAR PREP WITH LAEL JOHNSON
FRIDAY, 03/05 – 11:00AM PST | 2:00PM EST
Tune in for the latest edition of Filson LIVE with Lael Johnson. Lael is a fly fisherman and guide on the Olympic Peninsula. His passion for the anadromous fish of Washington’s coastal rivers is undeniable.
In this livestream event, Lael will tackle essential steelhead fly fishing gear, prep, what to wear and what not to wear on the water.
KEEP MUSIC LIVE BENEFIT FEAT. THE BLACK TONES
THURSDAY, 02/18 – 7:00pm PST | 10:00PM EST
Catch the The Black Tones at the Keep Music Live Benefit and join us in our efforts to provide relief to independent venues across the state during the COVID-19 era.
The Black Tones’ sound: punk rock-blues from southerners living in the Pacific Northwest. Twin siblings Eva and Cedric Walker are Louisiana-bred, but Seattle-born-and-raised. This distinct heritage spawned their musical sensibility — grungy, rain shadow rebellion mixed with scorching bayou soul. As Eva says, “We eat gumbo in our flannel shirts, and we eat red beans and rice while head-banging!”