NW Sportsman story and sheep hunt tags!

In the latest issue of Northwest Sportsman Magazine, we were lucky enough to get featured in a full spread article.

If you are veteran in Oregon be sure to put in for a Deschutes sheep tag. These are once in a lifetime tags and are on a drawing basis. Most folks don’t even put in for them since it requires a great deal of money, logistics and guiding to fill the tag even if you draw one. Since we are a veteran nonprofit and not a paid guide/outfitter we can guide you for free if you happen to draw a tag. It is our way of providing Veterans with a dream hunt that would otherwise not be able to fulfill. Be sure and read the article for the details on the units to put in for every year! Share this post with every veteran you know, we provide everything if a tag is drawn.

 

 

 

 

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Strength in numbers, Merger time!

Frontlines to tight lines, Team overland, and Veteran outdoor adventures have teamed up under one roof with Warfighter Outfitters to provide more trips and services for veterans while stretching the donor dollar.

Dave Oathes with Frontlines to tight lines, Matthew Havniear with Team Overland and Dustin Paul with Veteran outdoor adventures have been plugging away in the nonprofit world for quite some time. They are all also combat veterans. But more importantly, their missions are to serve veterans. This is why it was a perfect fit for all of us to get under one roof and at one table to combine all of our collective talents and expertise to make a super team of board members of one nonprofit. What does this change? For one it makes the donor dollar stretch even further due to fewer insurance policies, less administrative costs and a wider donor base across the state. How is this going to help Veterans? It will increase the number of veterans served in the state and provide more opportunities for those whom don’t have to drive so far and increases the network for Veterans in the PNW. The three organizations will continue to conduct their operations as there were but with more help, more finances and even a stronger board and support chain. There really isn’t a negative aspect to this union of heavy hitters in the PNW nonprofit scene. The mission stays the same but the tools and knowledge to get it done have grown tenfold.

Please welcome Dave, Matthew, and Dustin into the family and stay tuned for more insight into our future offerings.

 

“Six” on the History channel and our story

 

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Last week we had the opportunity to sit and chat with the cast of “Six” on History with the Wounded Warrior project during a live stream of the episode viewing while in Hollywood. The cast is a remarkable group of guys that were genuinely interested in the lives of wounded veterans and the work we do after our service to the country.

The conversations were frank and candid as we discussed things like life on the set and how they react to watching themselves on TV and there was a lot of joking around with on set specifics about how light their packs looked on TV and they were never sweating or taking a knee of drinking water. It was good banter, to say the least. The live stream during the episode airing was on the Wounded Warrior projects Instagram feed and had a very sizable following of questions and comments.

As a result of the interaction, the story of Warfighter outfitters founder Brett Miller is showcased as well as Wounded Warrior project alumni Carlos De Leon.

You can read the story here.

https://www.history.com/wounded-warrior-project/serving-their-country-serving-their-community

We would like to thank the Wounded Warrior Project, The History channel and the Cast of “Six” for the opportunity.

Our new track chair!

With the help of the rose festival foundation and the Poznanski family foundation, Warfighter outfitters was presented a brand new track chair from action track chair. This chair will stand from a seated position, tilt and move over any terrain with a rifle or fishing rod. We will have a video soon of its capabilities. If you know a chairborne vet that wants to come out on a trip send them our way.

Pacific city dory fishing trips for april


Sign up quick and get your spot reserved as these trips are going fast. We will have one of these trips a month for at least the next 5 months and there is a waiting list feature if you don’t see any open seats when you register so if someone cancels you will be good to go and notified by email.

you will need an Oregon fishing license as you will be fishing for just about anything that is in season including halibut, salmon, steelhead, rockfish, and crab. You are on your own for lodging but lunches and fishing gear is provided.

The April trip will be the 21st and 22nd and will start at 0700 at

https://www.google.com/maps/place/45%C2%B012’56.8%22N+123%C2%B058’13.6%22W/@45.215783,-123.9710068,197m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m6!3m5!1s0x0:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d45.2157831!4d-123.9704447

pelican brewing (across the street)

33180 Cape Kiwanda Dr,

Pacific City, OR 97135

Aprils trip has openings for 6 vets.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2-day-1-night-dory-fishing-trip-tickets-43061521169