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Redfishing Memories

On this episode, it’s all about redfishing from South Carolina to Florida and Alabama. Bob shows some of the most memorable redfishing that he has done.
Plus, our partners from Abu Garcia will introduce you to a new line of Revo Beast Reels.
On this week’s Sportsmen’s Table, we feature a delicious South Carolina Certified strawberry cake recipe.

Guides highlighted in this episode:

Recipe for cake here.

Top 16 Fishing Destinations & Guides Show

Bob tells you about one of the most talked about items on the show’s website. It’s Bob’s Top 16, some of the best Fishing and Hunting guides and destinations in the United States. This week Bob features some special Fresh and Saltwater Fishing guides from his Top 16 list.

Services featured in this episode are Mattson Charter Service, Fish On!, Bass Fishing Charters with Capt. Mro., Lost Bay Fishing, Bandit Sport Fishing, Georgetown Coastal Adventures and Palmetto Lagoon Fishing.

Georgetown Redfishing 2020

Bob goes to Georgetown, South Carolina to do some early summer redfishing. Joining Bob will be longtime Georgetown, South Carolina guide and friend Captain Tommy Scarborough with Georgetown Coastal Adventures.

Winyah Bay Big Bull Reds

The South Carolina coast is home to some of the best inshore Fishing on the Eastern Seaboard and Bob’s guest this week is long time friend Kevin Messmer with Chevrolet. Bob is doing it all this week, guiding and locating the big bull red fish in Winyah Bay with Kevin trying to land his very first Redfish. You have got to stay dialed in to see if Bob can get it done. Contender or Pretender…you be the judge.

NOTE: This is not the episode mentioned above, but it is redfishing with Tommy Scarborough!

Marsh Hen Hunting – Jan 17th, 2010

We’ve got more bird hunting this week as Bob ventures out on his first coastal 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. Is it a fish? Is it a bird? 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]