Monthly Archives: July 2010

Bob Redfern is Hunting For Marsh Hens


Monday April 5th we’ve got more bird hunting as Bob ventures out on his first marsh hen hunt off the South Carolina coast.

Captain Tommy Scarborough with Georgetown Coastal Adventures is back with Bob.

In the past we’ve seen Bob and Tommy catching many different kinds of  fish and now you’ll get to see how they do on hunting marsh hens. Tune in to see what Bob and Tommy are up to this week on Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine!

Fun Fact: Although this species is a constant resident, and extremely abundant along the salt-marshes and reedy sea islands of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana, to the mouths of the Mississippi, and probably farther south, at all seasons of the year, it leaves these districts in considerable numbers in spring, and extends its movements along the Atlantic shores as far as the Middle States. [Source]

Striper Fishing Virginia Beach with Bob Redfern

Catch Bob fishing at Virginia Beach –  the longest pleasure beach in the world (Guinness Book of World Records).  He’s not on vacation however, he’s after what some people call the greatest striped bass fisheries in the world.  Fishing alongside Bob is Captain Rich Schott with Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing Charters, be sure to tune in and see why Virginia Beach truly is the worlds greatest striped bass fishing destination.

A little about Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing Charters:

We pride ourselves on being a first-class Chesapeake Bay fishing charter. We have a long list of businesses that have found our services very productive for entertaining clients, as well as many private and family fishing charters. Joining in on the experience is as easy as making a phone call. We can provide everything for a great day on the Chesapeake Bay from your food and beverages to arranging fish cleaning services at the end of the day.

We fish seven days a week from the Annapolis area, which is conveniently located within minutes to both Baltimore and D.C. (April – December). In addition, we do Virginia Beach fishing out of Rudee Inlet (December – March). However, custom pickup and drop off points can be arranged anywhere on the Chesapeake Bay or its tributaries.

For more info or to book a trip: http://www.chesapeakebaysportfishing.com/

Lake Hartwell Striper Fishing

This week  Bob heads to the upstate of South Carolina for an early morning striper bite. Lake Hartwell  is one of the best kept fishing secrets in the South East, and Bob’s guide Rick Owen will put them right in the mix of some big Hybrids and Stripers. Don’t miss this show and see how Bob handles  these big fish on light tackle from Abu Garcia! Your favorite outdoor cooking segment is back, and John Ondo from Lana Restaurant in Charleston, SC is cooking up Grouper on Vegetables. Don’t miss it!

Lake Hartwell is a reservoir bordering Georgia and South Carolina on the Savannah, Tugaloo, and Seneca Rivers. The lake is created by Hartwell Dam located on the Savannah River seven miles (11 km) below the point at which the Tugaloo and Seneca Rivers join to form the Savannah. Extending 49 miles (79 km) up the Tugaloo and 45 miles (72 km) up the Seneca at normal pool elevation, The lake comprises nearly 56,000 acres (230 km²) of water with a shoreline of 962 miles (1,548 km). The entire Hartwell “Project” contains 76,450 acres (309 km²) of land and water. I-85 bisects Hartwell Lake and makes the area easily accessible to visitors. (source)

Georgetown Red Fishing with Bob Redfern

winyahbayOn 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.

Bob Redfern’s Darlington Coon Hunt

Listen up coon hunters – Join Bob in Darlington, South Carolina for a little coon hunting action and we’ll be talking to Mr. Harvey Drawdy. He’s got over 60 years experience as a coon hunter!

Darlington is this week’s Chevy Destination, besides coon hunting we’ll take a tour of Darlington Raceway which recently celebrated a historic milestone in 2009 – 60 years of racing. Making the 60th celebration extra special, old and new traditions united when the Southern 500® race name returned to the track “Too Tough to Tame” on Mother’s Day weekend in 2009. The Darlington Raceway of the 21st century remains true to Harold Brasington’s ideas of what NASCAR racing should be about – fast, intense action for the fans and dedicated drivers loyal to the sport that America has come to crave.

Don’t miss this action packed show full of hunting, racing and music.