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Bob Redfern at Bienville Plantation

bvp2018Tune into the show this week and catch us in Florida at Bienville Plantation for an incredible experience.

Bienville is one of America’s most renowned hunting and fishing operations! They cater to individual sportsman, as well as families and corporations. Our pristine accommodations will afford you the opportunity to relax while never compromising your standards.

Enjoy the same activities and amenities that have been afforded to BASS, ESPN, Remington, OLN, Ferguson Enterprises, DeWalt Tools, Moen and Amana to name a handful. And if you are a true sporting enthusiast you will recognize the names of Hank Parker, Chris Dorsey, Shaw Grigsby, Bernie Schultz, Al Linder, Bill Dance and Jimmy Houston. These are just a few of the on air celebrities that have and continue to make Bienville a destination of choice.

Southern hospitality and corporate events are our specialty. Over the years Bienville has been in operation we have seen an increase in the need for corporate event planners to find locations that are unique and able to accommodate small executive groups to larger gatherings. We at Bienville Plantation are able to provide a mixed bag of activities such as quail hunting, guided bass fishing, duck hunting, alligator hunting, skeet, trap, five-stand, fine dining and well appointed lodging.

Whether you are looking for fast flying Florida quail hunting or Florida trophy bass fishing, Bienville Plantation is the destination where all your dreams can come true.

Shenandoah Plantation Bass Fishing

unspecified-20This week, Bob continues to find great spots to large mouth bass fish and he’s right in the Black Belt Region of Alabama: Shenandoah Plantation! Tune in, you won’t want to miss the amazing largemouth we’re catching at Shenandoah!

About Shenandoah Plantation:

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Shenandoah Plantation is located in the heart of the famous Alabama Blackbelt, just West of Union Springs, Alabama. Herb Holmes, a famous bird dog trainer, used the property as training grounds for his bird dog training operation. Union Springs is considered the Field Trial capital of the world and is famous in its own right for world class birddogs and quail hunting. In 1991 the training grounds were purchased and developed into what became known as Shenandoah Plantation by a gentleman named Fred Rowen. Fred enlisted the help of Herb Holmes to help design and build the facilities which included the main house, a small 2 bedroom guest house, 3 lakes, horse barn, dog kennel, tennis court and flight pen. This is when the property first became known as Shenandoah Plantation.

Tom Lanier and his wife, Sue Ellen purchased the plantation from Fred in May of 2000. Tom and his staff continued the extensive wildlife management programs that Fred started and managed for the previous nine years. The programs included managing the Trophy Bass lakes, Trophy Deer herd and enhancement of the other wildlife that live on and use the property. The lakes are considered some of the finest trophy bass lakes in the area. During the first five years of their ownership of the plantation, Tom and Sue Ellen used the facilities for the private enjoyment of their family and friends. They eventually began offering some commercial quail hunting at the request of a friend who wanted to entertain his clients at Shenandoah. Tom and Sue Ellen added a state of the art 5 stand skeet facility, Continental (tower) Pheasant course, a 4 bedroom guest house and other amenities during their ownership. The Lanier’s now operate an exceptional, first-class, commercial hunting and fishing property that offers an extraordinary hunting and fishing experience to its guests.

Shenandoah’s address is 1193 Wildlife Trail, Union Springs, Alabama. Wildlife Trail is located on US HWY 82 about 6 miles West of Union Springs, Alabama between mile markers 192 and 193.

Pensacola Florida Red Fishing—Perdido Key & Gulf Shores

Screenshot 2015-02-22 18.34.32This week Bob is joined by his longtime friend and saltwater guide Capt. Bill Willis of Lost Bay Guide Service in Pensacola, Florida. Bob and Bill will be fishing for top water busting bull red fish. Perdido Key and Pensacola Bay is a great fishing destination…. This is a show you must see…. Did Bob and Bill get it done? You have to tune in and see for yourself!!

New York Small Mouth

Greatlakes_amo_2014009Guide and personal friend Frank Campbell of Niagara Charters near Lewiston, New York will be teaching Bob a new fishing technique to land the regions famous smallmouth bass. Fishing for smallmouth is one of Bob’s favorite species and he tests his skills in the fast moving waters of Lake Erie near Buffalo, NY.

Trophy Reds on Lake Pontchartrain – Chevy’s Destination of the Week

Lake PontchartrainBob is in The Bayou State this week fishing with Captain Mike Gallo of Angling Adventures of Louisiana. They’ll be fishing Lake Pontchartrain, a nationally known estuary for large trout and the Redfish capital of the world! Bob is on the hunt for trophy Redfish and trying out a few new techniques to land the big ones, so stay tuned to see how he gets it done. This show is guaranteed to get you pumped to take a Redfishing trip to Louisiana! We’re also cooking up some Certified South Carolina Shrimp & Tuna in the kitchen with Chef Tom Mullally!

Bermuda Saltwater Offshore Part I

This week Bob is on his first fishing trip to the Island of Bermuda and he will be joined on board the Mako charter boat by Captain Wade Lober of Ocean City, Maryland. Allen DeSilva the owner of Mako Charters in Bermuda will be hosting Bob on his first adventure of landing Bermuda Wahoo. Tune in to see if Bob can get it done! Or does he come up empty?

DeWitt’s Outdoor Sports

Bob is in North Carolina Duck Hunting, Upland Bird Hunting and getting some great shotgun shooting tips at DeWitt’s Outdoor Sports. Chris DeWitt the owner of DeWitt’s Outdoor Sports will be joining Bob this week in the duck blind and shooting pheasants, chukar and bobwhite quail on their large family owned property in Ellerbe, North Carolina. DeWitt’s also is home to one of the best Sporting Clays courses in the southeast and Bob will get some quick shotgun shooting tips before he heads out to the bird field. If you love to hunt ducks and upland birds, you won’t want to miss this show.

Shrimp Okra Corn & Lima Gumbo

This week we’ll be cooking up Shrimp Okra Corn & Lima Gumbo with Charlotte Jenkins, Chef and owner of Gullah Cuisine in Mt. Pleasant, SC.

Here is what you’ll need:

1/4 Cup of Shrimp
2 Cups Okra diced
1 Cup of Kernel Corn
1 Tbl sp. Chopped Green pepper
1 Tbl sp. Chopped Onion
1 Tbl sp. Chopped Basil
1 tesp. of Chopped Garlic
2 & 1/2 Cups of Chopped Tomatoes
1 Tbl sp. of Oil

Place oil, onions, garlic, green peppers, and basil in a saute pan for three minutes. Add 2 & 1/2 cups of chopped tomatoes, add a cup of tomato juice and allow to cook for ten minutes. Next, add the green beans and let cook for fifteen minutes. Then add the okra and corn and let them cook for twenty minutes. Then add your shrimp, and Gullah spice and let simmer until the beans and okra are done. Serves 4-6

Web Site: www.gullahcuisine.net
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Bio: Charlotte Jenkins, Chef and owner of Gullah Cuisine in Mt. Pleasant, SC, has been cooking Gullah foods since she was nine years old. In 1997 she along with her husband Frank opened the Gullah Cuisine Restaurant and continues to operate CJ’s Catering services. Charlotte, a graduate of Johnson & Wales School of Culinary Arts, learned that opening a Restaurant was risky business, but she gave it a shot. The local ingredients and foods that she use are fresh Chicken, Seafood, Vegetables, and fresh herbs. Her philosophy is fresh foods are healthy foods. Most of our local Seafood are caught here because we are Coastal waters. We have fields of fresh Vegetables such as Collard greens, String beans, Okra ant other spices growing in SC. Gullah foods are foods that was used in Africa such as Okra, Sweet potato and Rice, which are our staple items. Currently, Charlotte still lives in Mt. Pleasant, SC and operates Gullah Cuisine with her husband and is looking to continue spreading the Gullah Culture in future endeavors.

Chesapeake Bay – Maryland Rock Fishing

This week Bob heads north to Maryland’s famed Chesapeake Bay in search of big Rock Fish.  Fishing this week with Bob is Captain Rich Schott owner of Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing.  Boat Captain Steve Dunn of  “Net Profit’s”  will do his best to put Bob right in the mix of the big ones.  If you like big fish then this is a show you have to see!