It’s getting time for deer season in South Carolina and Bob is working on his property for another exciting time of harvesting a good buck. Unfortunately, he has a big problem with hogs and needs to take care of that first. Bob will discuss ways to help with a hog problem and introduce you to a product that may help landowners facing the same issue. Plus later in the show we head over to our good friends at Mixon Seeds to talk about planting food plots.
Bob counts down his top viewed segments from the past 20 years of Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine. It’s all here from fishing the Amazon to tree’in a coon.
Bob is in Ridgeville South Carolina at Partridge Creek Gun Club with the Carolinas Epagneul Breton Gun Dog Club during its fundraiser. In this episode you’ll learn all about the Epagneul Breton and the clubs support of the local Berkeley High School Shooting Team.
Bob is back in Erie, Pennsylvania for part two of his Lake Erie smallmouth fishing adventure. Also on this week’s show we take a look at Lake Erie’s biggest outdoor tourist attraction.
Bob and his crew head north to Erie, Pennsylvania to take advantage of the early Summer smallmouth bass bite on Lake Erie. Plus we also take a look at all that the Erie, Pennsylvania area offers for a great family vacation.
Bob heads to Charleston, South Carolina to do some spade and red fishing offshore and inshore of the coast of South Carolina. Bob will be joined by long time guide out of Shem’s Creek, Captain Mark Brown.
Bob and his guests are shooting in a sporting clay’s tournament to raise funding awareness for the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation.
The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation was established in 1989 to work with United States Congress, governors, and state legislatures to protect and advance hunting, angling, and recreational shooting opportunities.
The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation is involved at both the state and federal level. Working on laws to protect and promote fishing and hunting, as well as granting access to public lands for future generations.
With nearly 250 members, the Congressional Sportsmen’s caucus has grown into the largest and most effective bi-partisan caucus in the United States congress.
For more information on the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation visit them online at https://congressionalsportsmen.org/
Bob heads to Clemson, South Carolina to striper fish in Lake Hartwell. Joining Bob is Captain Nathan Key with Shad Slingers Fishing Charters to help Bob put on some early spring hybrid stripers. Also on this week’s Sportsman’s Table we feature a great appetizer for your next get-together. It’s a South Carolina certified shrimp toast recipe.
Bob is back at one of his favorite quail hunting spots, Southern Woods Plantation in Sylvester Georgia. Hunting with Bob is Renee Deloach of Southern Woods.