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Blaze orange fashion

Alli and Justin Isaacson walk along the Paul Bunyan State Trail Saturday, Nov. 3, in Nisswa sporting blaze orange for the start of the firearm hunting season, just to be on the safe side. Hunters and trappers in the field must display blaze orang...

Alli and Justin Isaacson walk along the Paul Bunyan State Trail Saturday, Nov. 3, in Nisswa sporting blaze orange for the start of the firearm hunting season, just to be on the safe side. Hunters and trappers in the field must display blaze orange or blaze pink on their cap or outer clothing above the waist. Hikers and outdoor enthusiasts are also advised to wear blaze orange or pink to be as visible as possible during the hunting season. Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch
Alli and Justin Isaacson walk along the Paul Bunyan State Trail Saturday, Nov. 3, in Nisswa sporting blaze orange for the start of the firearm hunting season, just to be on the safe side. Hunters and trappers in the field must display blaze orange or blaze pink on their cap or outer clothing above the waist. Hikers and outdoor enthusiasts are also advised to wear blaze orange or pink to be as visible as possible during the hunting season. Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch

Alli and Justin Isaacson walk along the Paul Bunyan State Trail Saturday, Nov. 3, in Nisswa sporting blaze orange for the start of the firearm hunting season, just to be on the safe side. Hunters and trappers in the field must display blaze orange or blaze pink on their cap or outer clothing above the waist. Hikers and outdoor enthusiasts are also advised to wear blaze orange or pink to be as visible as possible during the hunting season.

Growing up in the Brainerd lakes area I realized that I never wanted to leave, so it is a true blessing that I was able to find a job at the Dispatch doing something I love. As a visual journalist, I work in the mediums of photography and videography to bring our readers everything from sports, hard news, weather and local events to slice of life documentation of our coverage area.
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