• Filson 101: Bird Dog Training with Ruggs Ranch
  • Filson 101: Wesley Larson's Guide to Safety in Bear Country
  • Celebrating our Partners: Explore the Wickett & Craig Tannery
  • Filson 101: Campfire Cooking with Tipton Power
  • Celebrating Filson Father's with Jillian Lukiwski
  • Chasing Wild Winter Steelhead with Russell Miller from Sage Fly Fishing
  • Life as a Merchant Marine with John Dunaway
  • Aboard the F/V Arctic Lady: Self-Sufficiency on the High Seas
  • Trade Stories: Phillip Lee McGinnis, Sublette County Cowboy
  • A story about an all women's upland bird hunting trip and a common desire to live a life connected told by Hannah Dewey.
  • Hunting in the Olympic National Forest
 
   
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Frio: Hiking and Fly Fishing the San Juan River, New Mexico with Halley Roberts

Halley Roberts is a photographer based in Portland, Oregon. This winter, Halley returned to New Mexico --her childhood home-- to fish the scrappy waters of the San Juan River.

The second my feet crunch into permafrost I know I’m already dehydrated. My lips are starting to crack so I stuff my mouth with snow. I’m standing on a hill in the San Juan Basin Badlands surrounded by a raven nest and giant circular blobs of iron, all on a smoothly cascading landscape of ombre grays turning gently to brown. We drive, endlessly, through Navajo Country to find these unmarked geologic masterpieces. Range horses grazing on the frail ejections of native New Mexican grasses stare at us, unimpressed. I am her...Read More

Sheep Shearing in Western Washington with Nich Hance McElroy

Nich Hance McElroy is a photographer based in Vancouver, BC. Since 2010 he's owned and operated a small scale sheep shearing business in Western Washington, which takes him - along with his sheepdog, Finn -- from the Canadian Border to the Key Peninsula, and from the San Juan Islands to the crest of the Cascades. Beginning in the second week of September I travel to Washington with my sheepdog for shearing work. While most sheep are sheared once a year in the spring, certain breeds require a second shearing in the fall. These so-called "primitive" breeds have dense, double coats that often mat in wet weather, effectively forming a layer of felt, which compromises the utility of their fleeces...Read More

Washington State Fire Lookout Project with Kyle Johnson, Part 2

Kyle Johnson is a 29 year old editorial and commercial photographer hailing from the Pacific Northwest. He strives to create images that are intriguing and classically executed. Kyle’s aesthetic pairs textured natural settings with a distinct photographic perspective. This is the second post in a series on the exploration of the 92 lookout towers that remain standing in Washington State. Shot entirely with medium format film, Kyle has set out to capture the experience of hiking to these lingering giants, as well as documenting the scenic views and people he meets along the way. Pictured here, trips to Mt. Pilchuck Lookout, Winchester Mountain Lookout, Park Butte Lookout & more. Find part one...Read More

Washington State Fire Lookout Project with Kyle Johnson

Kyle Johnson is a 29 year old editorial and commercial photographer hailing from the Pacific Northwest. He strives to create images that are intriguing and classically executed. Kyle’s aesthetic pairs textured natural settings with a distinct photographic perspective. This project is an exploration of the 92 lookout towers that remain standing in Washington State. Shot entirely with medium format film, Kyle has set out to capture the experience of hiking to these lingering giants, as well as documenting the scenic views and people he meets along the way.In the late 1930s to mid 1940s, the United States scrambled to build as many Fire Lookout towers as possible to protect against a growing nu...Read More

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