Kalispell, MT


The life of an outdoor television producer is pretty rewarding, but probably not as glamorous as you might think. For every luxurious month-long African safari, there is a somewhat less exotic grassroots hunting or fishing trip closer to home.\

Nevertheless, I consider myself extremely lucky to h ...

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The Drummond Ranch Fire Department


Water is a precious resource for many farmers and ranchers, especially this time of year. Too much or too little can hurt you – economically, agriculturally, or worse. You only need to turn on the evening news to see the record flooding along the Mississippi River as residents from Memphis to Baton ...

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Shotguns. Upland Boots. No birds.


Dove season is less then five months away, quail season (if you still have them in your state) is seven months away, and pheasant season is a distant eight. So, I figured if I couldn’t actively hunt birds, at the very least I could lace-up my upland hunting boots and spend some time on a range where ...

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Spring Bass


What makes your outdoor adventures so memorable? Is it the journey, or what you did when you got there? I pondered those questions last weekend as I watched my 4-year-old little boy set the hook on his first legitimate fish catch. Not necessarily his first fish, but definitely the first unassisted c ...

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Bulls, Geese and the Catwalk


I was fully prepared to blog about my recent Xtreme Bulls experience in Rapid City, South Dakota, but then I read about the 2011 Gilded Age Fall Fashion Show on the official Chippewa Boots Facebook page and decided to expand the scope of my monthly commentary.

As an avid outdoorsman, television p ...

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Chippewa has teamed up with Mike Garner, a lifelong sportsman and television personality with a love for everything outdoors, to bring you Mike's journey across the United States in his Chippewa boots.

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