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Changes for Oregon Pack Works for 2021

by Karl Findling February 10, 2014

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New Products for 2021

by Karl Findling January 27, 2014

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Amos's Adventures: Successful Coyote Tips and Tails...

by Karl Findling January 11, 2014

  The sun was starting to set behind me and I marveled at the fifty or so head of elk grazing about three quarters of a mile from me, their bodies glistening like beacons in the fading light. 
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Amos's Adventure's: An unseasonable Archery season means new tactics.

by Karl Findling December 26, 2013


I was perched 20’ up in a tree when the buck stepped out into an opening 32 yards away broadside, the afternoon sunlight giving his body the appearance of a bronzed sculpture...

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Max's Meanderings: The Gold (-en Buck ) Under the Rainbow. By Max Zeller, OPW Prostaff

by Karl Findling December 07, 2013 1 Comment

A Southern California adventure to a tough backcountry hunt for the Southern Californian mule deer.

With low success rates in Unit D16,Ii had my work cut out for me...

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Max's Meanderings: (Another) Last minute, Coastal Blacktail Buck: By, Prostaffer, Max Zeller

by Karl Findling October 29, 2013

Well, it was coming down to the wire with only a few days left in the rifle deer season.  The pre-rut was heating up by the day and I was seeing new sign daily.  I only saw three other legal bucks in the last few weeks, all within 40 yards, but...
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The "New" Back Pack-Upland Bird Vest: By: Karl J. Findling

by Karl Findling October 23, 2013

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Hunting Illustrated, Early Fall, 2013 write-up

by Karl Findling September 29, 2013

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See our latest review at: Sporting Classics Daily

by Karl Findling September 27, 2013

Oregon Pack Works...For Every Hunter

The idea of a truly interchangeable pack system began with their own fruitless search for that “Holy Grail” of a pack—one that could carry the necessary gear and weights required of a pack for meat-hauls, as well as for an extended stay in the wilderness, yet could become a smaller pack for day hunts, on-the-spot!
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The Right Boots (for the job): And, Foot Health (Guest article addition, by Steve Leary, PT)

by Karl Findling August 28, 2013

Picking and choosing–buying and selling. It seems like we spend years trying to find the right boot for for our planned backcountry hunting–if our destination changes, it just takes us longer–a moving target!

So, unless you’re blessed to live in a larger urban area, where you may be able to try the many boots available, you may never actually “touch” the boots you plan to order after reading countless testimonials about how “awesome,” or “comfortable” this or that boot is. And, why this one should win out over another is just, mind boggling.

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