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Oregon Sporting Clays Championship

Over the weekend we co-sponsored the Oregon Sporting Clays Championship at Cottage Grove, Eugene Sportsmen’s Club. We had an incredible turn out and amazing talent come out and we would like thank all those who participated. There’s no better way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Take a look. 

Owning my first Filson garment is a start of making history

Our Filson fan got hooked on Filson with the Mackinaw Wool Vest he received as a Christmas present.  For over four years he’s used his vest for every one of his adventures.  His favorite part of Filson? The long lasting durability. He hopes his vest will be around for a long time to come.

My first was the Filson Mackinaw wool vest it's perfect for the fall matched with a flannel shirt is all you need, no weight all warmth. I was totally impressed on this wonderful; product on Christmas morning 4years ago, and of course if you’re wondering it looks the same since the day I received it. Thanks for such a great product.

Third Generation Filson

Filson Fan GB, of Alaska, shares a remarkable story of how Filson has been part of his family’s life from generation to generation. His coat, originally given to his dad as a graduation present, has withheld weather, abuse and wear and tear for over 30 years during surveying in Alaska. The coat was recently passed down to his son, the original owner’s grandson.  GB believes there are many more years of adventure left in his coat. Who knows, maybe it’ll get passed on to his grandson one day.My dad was given a Filson coat shortly after he graduated high school by his parents as a parting gift, when he was leaving for forestry school. The coat was used in school and for surveying in Alaska for ...Read More

Off the beaten path

Off the beaten path

Hey all you anglers out there! How important to you is having roadless areas to fish on? We all know that the key to finding the best catch is off the beaten path. Kirk Deeter, of Field and Stream, will walk for miles to find the spot. Now in Colorado, the United States Department of Agriculture is debating whether to implement more access to these more exclusive areas.  Kirk writes about the opportunities for anglers to bring awareness on how this could affect the quality of fishing in the state. Today is the last day that the public can comment in favor or preserving roadless areas. You can click here  to learn more about roadless issues from Colorado Trout Unlimited.“This is especially tr...Read More

Like a Pro

From the scope of a 12 gauge shotgun, the back of a kayak, or even on top of your four-legged friend - The Go Pro Hero Camera takes our two favorite outdoor sports to a whole new level in this video.

Scott Linden's "Bird Hunting Boot Camp"

Our friend Scott Linden, host of Wingshooting USA, will be at our flagship store Saturday, July 23rd, hosting a “Bird Hunting Boot Camp”.  This is a one day only event, so RSVP at rsvp@filson.com as soon as you can. Last year was standing room only!Whether you own a Lab, spaniel, or pointing breed - we want to help you become a better bird hunter. We think a good way to go about that is attending, television personality, Scott Linden's free "Bird Hunting Boot Camp". Filson is a proud sponsor of Wingshooting USA, recently voted the upland bird hunters' favorite TV series in a national survey. Whether you're a seasoned upland veteran or a newcomer, Scott offers something for you at this fast-p...Read More

Congrats Jeremy and Cindy!

Congrats Jeremy and Cindy!

We had an incredible turn out for our Father’s Day Facebook photo contest and the decision process was a tough job. Because of that we have decided to reward two other participants, Jeremy Dalton and Cindy Shebley, with a special Filson treat and show off their special memories. Enjoy!

This is a picture of my uncle, little brother, Father, and myself (from left to right). My dad is shown here holding a female pheasant on a wonderful hunting trip in Vermont. My dad has shown me how to be a responsible hunter and how to really respect the outdoors and wildlife. I own my passion for the outdoors to him and his photo shows how much enjoyment he really gets from being outside. I love him and ...

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Jon Franko wins Father's day contest

First off, thank you to all of you who were a part of our Father’s Day Facebook photo contest. It was a tough decision to make, as all of our participants contributed inspirational photos and memories. We would like to congratulate our grand prize winner, Jon Franko, for his submission “Two Kings and a Queen!” Thank you for sharing, Jon, and we hope that your new Filson product will take part in your future family traditions.

My dad says the dog, Queen Dolly of Dorchester, wasn’t worth a damn during the hunt. But “boy oh boy” was she a welcome and warm presence on the couch afterwards.

As for my grandfather, he just loved to go – whether or not the dog was good, whether or not there were e...

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Big game upland hat fan

Big game upland hat fan

James Tessmann’s first introduction to Filson was with the Feather Cloth Shooting Shirt from a DU Banquet. After that he was hooked on the big game upland hat and keeps coming back for more. He recommends the product to others and says, “They last, despite the abuse.” James sports his cap to enjoy outdoor sports such as Fly Fishing, sport clay shooting, duck hunting, small game hunting, hiking, outdoor photography, ranching and farming.I've owned every piece of gear under the sun. The only piece I'll swear by, that's never broke, let me down or been replaced is My Waterfowler Hat. It's solid gold.

Double Tin Legacy

Double Tin Legacy

Riley Dabling shares an incredible story of how Filson became a part of his life through his grandfather’s family traditions and outdoor way of life. Now, Riley carries one of his grandfather's traditions everywhere with him when he wears his Double Tin Pants. Riley sincerely looks forward to when he can pass on the Filson memory to the next generation.When I was a small boy we spent all of our time in the woods and mountains on horse back. Either hunting for elk and deer or packing into a remote lake for fishing. Many of these trips were with my grandfather at the lead of the column. He always had three things with him on all these trips, his 45 pistol strapped to his hip his pipe stick in ...Read More
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