Join Bob as he takes a look back at the best moments of 2009 on Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine.
Why Clarks Hill? Clarks Hill Lake (J. Strom Thurmond Lake) is the largest U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project east of the Mississippi River and one of the largest inland bodies of water in the South. The best part, it’s full of striper thanks to the Georgia and South Carolina Department of Natural Resource Departments, they’ve released over 750,000 stripers!
Here are a few fun facts about Clarks Hill Lake:
* 71,000 acres of water
* 1,200 miles of shoreline
* Created from Savannah River and Little River
* Authorized by Congress in what year: 1944
* Construction began: 1946
* Date opened: 1954
* Six million visitors per year
* 55 parks and recreation areas
* 17 campgrounds with campsites
* Six marinas with gas docks, pump-out stations, boat slips, restaurants, boat storage camping, lodging, picnic areas, trails, ships store
* Major lake attractions: Bobby Brown State Park, Elijah Clark State
* Park and Mistletoe State Park
Thinking about taking a trip to Clarks Hill this year or next spring? We highly recommend it.
On this weeks episode Bob is taking a few of the guys from Pepsi on a red fishing trip of a lifetime. Join them as they head to Winyah Bay located outside of Georgetown, South Carolina. Captain Tommy Scarborough of Georgetown Coastal Adventures is back and will be helping Bob and the guys on this fishing adventure. Tired of venison burgers ? Don’t miss this weeks Sportsman’s Table, Jason is cooking up a stuffed venison back-strap.
Who says you can’t fish in the fall? Bob is back in Charleston, South Carolina for a little fall trout fishing. Bob is joined by Robert Olsen from Knot at Work fishing charters.
Everything isn’t fishing this week, our Chevy destination takes you to the low country of South Carolina to introduce you to a new hunting operation, Deux Cheneaux Plantation located outside of Walterboro, South Carolina. (www.docheno.com)
Deux Cheneaux Plantation is located in the heart of South Carolina’s ACE Basin. The track of land has been renowned for its abundance of game since the time of the King’s Grant in the early 1700’s. The incredible natural beauty will open a world of wildlife exclusively for you. Deux Cheneaux’s strength lies in its historic appeal, southern flavor, natural beauty and convenient location.