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Capturing the Wind – Dancing Flowers

In my last year of University one of my tutors presented me with the challenge of capturing the wind. This was not for the course I was studying but rather a way to push my own boundaries of landscape photography. At the time, I had simple ideas: windmills, flags,...

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Paxis Packing Around The World

Most people know me for my fishing stories, travelling from lake to lake and sharing those experiences with the world. And while it’s true that I have one of the greatest jobs in the world, I also enjoy travelling with my wonderful family and have had the amazing...

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Paxis Photo Contest

We had a lot of fun running our first #mypaxisphoto contest on Instagram and Facebook. One thing became very clear...our packs are used for photography, hiking and fishing, alike. From long hikes in Big Sky Country, to adventurous fishing expeditions and photo shoots...

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And The Color of 2017 Is…

Pantone, the utmost authority on color, has recently announced the new color of the year for 2017. Last year’s colors of Serenity and Rose Quartz represented the need for harmony and while these past few month have been all about the “red” and the “blue”, Pantone has...

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On the Road Again

Over the last couple years we’ve had so much fun traveling to trade shows to share our packs with people. We’ve had the chance to meet some great new friends and make some lasting connections. 2017 is quickly approaching so we wanted to let you know where we’ll be...

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Surviving Holiday Travel

These days we have so many options available to make travel easier and more affordable. And what better time of the year to utilize these choices than the stress-filled holidays? Here’s some tips for how to make the holidays a more Zen-like experience. TSA Pre✔ If you...

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The Colors of Fall

With summer winding down, there is still ample time for a great fall hike. One of my most favorite things about hiking during this time of the year are some of the amazing trees you get to see. Here’s a few of my favorites. Aspens These medium-sized deciduous trees...

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Chasing Salmon on Prince of Wales Island

By Darin Koob | Outer Escapes This Alaskan island is home to a variety of steelhead and salmon runs. Located in SE Alaska, Prince of Wales Island has over 85 documented streams making it a Fisherman’s paradise. There are about eight major river systems that provide...

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Fishing on Cape Cod and in the Florida Keys

By Darin Koob | Outer Escapes Being located on the East Coast is about the only thing these two fishing destinations have in common.  CAPE COD If you’re chasing striped bass and/or smallmouth bass, then without question, you need to consider Cape Cod. Some have called...

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Navigating the Island Royale National Park

By Darin Koob | Outer Escapes If you’re looking for a great fishing spot as well as some interesting adventures, this may be just the place for you. The Island Royale National Park in Michigan has over 40 documented species of fish. This Great Lakes island is truly...

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Hacking Your Carry-On Bag

As airline fees continue to rise, carrying on luggage is becoming more and more attractive. Here are some ideas for items that should make it into your carry-on bag. Traveling on planes can get quite annoying with all of the ridiculous fees they’ve come up with - from...

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Fishing in the Olympic National Park

By Darin Koob | Outer Escapes Tips for navigating this pristine area in the Pacific Northwest and finding the best places to fish. In the Pacific Northwest, it doesn’t get any better than the Olympic National Park. It is widely known as one of the most scenic places...

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