Bob heads down to South Georgia to our friends at Southern Woods Plantation for some early winter quail hunting and on this week’s Sportsmen Table we feature a southern inspired tuna recipe.
[Narrator] On this week’s Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine. Bob heads to south Georgia to Southern Woods Plantation for some early winter quail hunting and on this week’s Sportsman’s Table, we feature a southern inspired tuna recipe. All this and a whole lot more and it begins right now.
Gosh, it’s been a great day! Look at that, wow, lemme hold that thing. Nice! Well folks welcome to our show this week. Again we’re down at Southern Woods Plantation and I’ve got a great wing man and hey got a bunch of good guests that are gonna join me today but here on my far right over here is Kurt Newbruck. He is the Chevrolet marketing manager for the southeastern United States and I’ll tell you what, he’s got some great guests from Chevrolet with us today and Kurt, bud, it’s always good to have you as my wing man.
Hey, glad to be back this year.
Well, listen, introduce these two guys that are gonna hunt with us.
Sure, we got.
This mornin’ and tell everybody who they are.
Yeah, I got two great dealers with us here. We got Jonathan Megel from John Megel Chevrolet in Dawsonville, Georgia. And Bill Hall from South Town Chevrolet in Newnan, Georgia.
Well, listen, I tell you what, it’s always great to get Chevy dealers and you as well ’cause I don’t get a chance to do that very often to get out here and hunt but I tell you what. I’m lookin’ forward to it. The weather’s great. Dogs gonna be workin’ hard and I tell ya what, let’s go do it okay.
Gonna be a great day.
My first brace, Kurt Newbruck right here. All right, boys, come on Kurt. Get on up there. Now, folks I gotta put in a good plug for my good friend down here at Southern Woods, Newt Hughes and, oh, bird! Nicely done, Kurt, nicely done. The boys and girls say we got birds out here. Nice shot! Okay. All right, Kurt we look like we got a good point in the back here.
[Kurt] Yes we do.
[Bob] Look at that beautiful setting over there. Oh, there we go.
[Bob] Nice done, nicely done. Nicely, nicely done! Man, you’re even shootin’ good. You even scared the duck off the pond.
[Kurt] That’s right. Well, gotta keep up with you.
[Bob] No, no, man. Wow. Great rise there.
[Kurt] Oh, looks like we got a couple more here.
[Bob] I’m tellin’ ya, you’re on target this mornin’. That’s a good thing. Oh, take him! Almost, all right, all right. Nicely done.
[Dog Handler] Whoa, Bill, whoa.
[Bob] Get reloaded, they’re all goin’ your way now.
[Kurt] I know, well, they felt bad for me. I’m ready. There you go, Bob.
[Bob] There we go.
[Kurt] I sent one your way now.
Okay, thanks, man .
[Kurt] That was a good little covey.
[Bob] Yeah it was, nicely done, man.
It’s kinda nice when they spread out too and not all at once.
I know, I’m tellin’ ya. It’s just, it’s quail huntin’, brother.
Yeah, it’s quail huntin’.
You know it’s been a while since we’ve had a chance to get together but one of the things and folks I want you to pay attention to this because this guy is gonna talk to us later in the show about something I’m really excited about and I know you will be too and that’s the new 2020 HD Duramax Silverado.
Yeah, you know, we launched light duty trucks the year before and then now with the heavy duties, it’s a great package and lookin’ forward to talkin’ to ya about that.
Well, we’re gonna show ’em. I’ll tell you what, my ride, it’s a sweet ride.
Yeah it is.
High Country both and we’re in great country here too.
All right, let’s go get some more birds. All right, here we go Jonathan. I’m gonna dedicate this covey rise to a good friend and who I never met but he watches the show, this one’s for you Garland Bastrid. And it go, down. Awesome. I tell you what, they’re gettin’ up and movin’ out. Find ’em Dixie.
[Dog Handler] Whoa!
[Bob] Yep, that’s dead. Right there we’re down, finally. You know, that’s right. All right guys, so what do you think, Dixie? All right Jonathan, come on up, brother. Listen to them ducks down there in that corner. Oh my goodness. All right Dixie. There we go. All right, up and down. Great shootin’ Jonathan, man! I think you need to get reloaded on that one. You know, I know it’s hard to focus ’cause you’re a duck hunter.
Oh, I was lookin’ at those greenheads on that first shot.
I know you was . Oh my goodness. All right boys and girls. Well, look.
Will they get that one over here?
They will. All right, bud, great shootin’ now.
Now folks, Jonathan Megel has been down here in Southern Woods with us before but I felt it, you know, it was just appropriate to put this guy on camera because the one we’re missin’ here is his dad John and he’s actually out in Arkansas huntin’ so when hear these ducks down here, okay.
Oh, he’s thinkin’ about.
Yeah, I know.
Yeah, I’m getting excited. I don’t know whether to go for the ducks or the quail so.
Well, I tell you what, both of you guys are great. Not only Chevy dealers but great outdoorsmen and.
Well, I appreciate that. We enjoy it.
Yeah, the dealership, I know that folks, that’s a treat to come in there with all the mounts that you guys have in the showroom. You know, you and your dad just do such a great job.
Well, I appreciate it, Bob. We enjoy it and it’s our passion and it’s what we love to do so.
Well, and you’re a great shot there.
Thank you, appreciate it.
Let’s go get some more, man.
Let’s do it.
Now, I know you’re gonna be twichin’. Newt’s ready he said. All right, boys, nice point. Come on up, Bill. Don’t let the tree get ya. All right. awesome, nicely done, Bill. Nicely done. There may be some more in there, get reloaded brother.
[Dog Handler] Whoa, whoa!
You never know. There’s not just one. All right. Aw man, all right, we gotta talk about it. Folks, I gotta tell ya. What I didn’t tell ya before, this is Bill Hall’s first quail hunt, okay? Now, he’s a big outdoorsman, big deer hunter but upland birds he just never had a chance to do it and so, okay, I gotta ask ya, what do you think?
I think it was great.
I think it was great. I enjoyed it.
Listen, you did good, man. Well, tell me a little bit about, you know, your dealership is huge down in South Town and I tell ya Newnan, Georgia is the place to be man, okay?
Growin’ by leaps and bounds. Amazon’s goin’ in, three months.
2800 employees, puttin’ a stadium for minor league baseball team. That area is growin’ tremendously.
And you’re gonna have all them Chevrolets, GMC, Buick, and Cadillac.
Ready to rock and roll?
And now you’re a quail hunter, okay? I expect to see you out there somewhere else on the course, okay?
I will, I’ll be back.
Well, listen, there’s more coveys. Newt and the gang is gonna get us on ’em. Let’s go do it, okay.
All right, man.
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Well folks on our second brace here at Southern Woods Plantation down in Sylvester, Georgia, well, I tell ya what, it’s just an honor and a privilege to have another couple of our Chevrolet dealers are gonna join me as my wing men this mornin’ and the first guy to my right here is Shawn Boyd out of Megel Chevrolet out of Dawsonville, Georgia and Shawn, boom.
Happy to be here. It’s been fun.
[Bob] Listen, it’s awesome, man. We’re glad you could come and I really appreciate it.
Thank you, I appreciate the invite, yeah.
And the other guest that I’ve got folks is a good friend of mine, long time friend and that is Richard Pendarvis from Pendarvis Chevrolet down in Edgefield, South Carolina. I tell you what, this guys have got more stories than any joke book that you could ever dream of, okay? He is such a pleasure to have on any trip, and you know Richard, it’s just, it’s just awesome. What do you think about huntin’ quail at Southern Woods.
I’m tellin’ ya, the weather’s perfect today. I don’t think we coulda picked a better day and bein’ here with all my buddies and you is always, it’s just a great trip and always have been.
Well, guys, I tell ya what. I think Russell Lee, not any relation to the General, but I think he’s got some quail out there for us so let’s go get ’em.
Let’s go get ’em.
All right. Don’t get me hamstrung over here, Richard. Get behind that tree.
[Russell] Nash, Nash, no!
[Bob] Beautiful point and back.
[Russell] Tell me when y’all ready.
[Bob] All right, we’re ready.
[Russell] Let’s go, gentlemen.
[Bob] Always love to see a puppy work. There we go, take ’em! There we go, nicely done, Richard, nicely done brother. Nicely done.
[Russell] Here we go. Whoa!
[Bob] I love to see that little puppy work. He’s down. Good shot. I had to wait round that dang tree.
[Russell] Good shot, Bob!
[Bob] Nicely done, Shawn, nicely done, awesome. I got one.
[Russell] Nash, Nash, no, Nash, no, whoa! No, no, Nash, tell me when y’all ready, Nash!
[Bob] That’s okay.
[Richard] Still got birds on the ground, Bob.
[Russell] Nash, no, no, Nash, no! Everybody ready?
[Bob] Yeah man.
[Russell] Here we go, we got a puppy. Hey, bird up!
[Bob] Nicely done.
[Russell] Whoa, Nash!
Hey, we got him.
All right. All right, ready, Shawn? There, take him! Nicely done, great shot. Awesome! Hey, I’m tellin’ ya, even Peaches is helpin’. Brother, that’s what I’m talkin’ about right there, man. Listen, it has been awesome, okay.
Had a great time.
And you guys down at Megel Chevrolet, what a mainstay. How many years you guys been down there?
We’ve been there in that location since 2004. Before we were in Dahlonega. So we moved down about nine miles outside of Georgia 400.
Well, I have to tell ya, I remember when you guys were in Dahlonega because way back when I was in college, okay, I went to U.S. Army Rangers School and that was the mountain ranger camp up there.
Yeah, that’s right.
And I remember, okay, Megel Chevrolet in Dahlonega, Georgia so.
Yeah, we do a lot with the rangers still.
Oh yeah, I, that one night on Yonah Mountain.
Comin’ down on one foot and rappel, matter of fact I hurt my heel on that thing and it still hurts me today so, but, you know you guys do a great job for the outdoorsman, for Chevrolet and I just gotta thank you guys.
Thank you, we appreciate it.
You bet man.
I’ve enjoyed it.
All right, though. Russell’s got us on some birds here.
[Shawn] There we go!
yeah, there you go, good shootin’, Richard. Nicely done, bubba, nicely done. Pond in the background, huh, that’s what I’m talkin’ about. Uh oh, wait a minute. Got one more.
[Russell] Dog out front, y’all gotta watch out for the dog out front.
[Bob] Got it? No, we’re gonna let that one go. I’d rather be safe than sorry. All right.
[Shawn] All right Bob.
[Bob] Nash has got ’em brother.
[Shawn] Take no prisoners.
[Bob] Here comes Peaches. Take him Richard! Nicely done, Richard, nicely done.
[Russell] Whoa, that’s over a bird. Whoa, whoa, Nash come here.
[Bob] Even Peach is like.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, ease up.
[Shawn] That’s a bird.
[Russell] Nash, no, Nash no!
[Bob] Even Peaches liked it.
Peaches, Peaches, no!
[Bob] Poor Peaches just can’t get no respect.
[Russell] Hey, bird out.
I just flat missed that one. Absolutely missed that one. Oh well. Gosh, you can’t get ’em all. I’m just excited about Peaches. Come here, Peach, come here, Peach.
Oh my gosh! Oh my gosh, look at this dog. Come here, Richard, I got Peaches here, lookee here. Yeah, I know! Look at that.
Good dog. Oh boy.
She’s only what, eight months?
Yeah, look at that.
[Russell] Four months.
You’re a pistol. Yeah, there you go. Thank you my friend, it was awesome. Now, I tell you what. For an outdoorsman, you do it all, okay? And one of the things that I wanna talk about right now is the annual dove shoot that actually your daddy, Butch, started how many years ago?
Just got through his 34th year two weeks ago.
And I hate it that we didn’t get to come. Next year, I promise you, okay? I’m gonna come, I’ll come with an umbrella, a bubble.
You gotta come early.
[Bob] A tent or whatever it is.
We’ll put you to work.
Okay. So, folks Richard is so generous to me. He handles all my Chevrolet vehicles over there in Edgefield. He takes ’em and we’re gonna talk about the latest one that he got ready for me and that’s the 2020 HD, comin’ right back here on Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine.
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Folks, welcome, we’re here at Deck 383 in Wacca Wache Marina at beautiful Murrells Inlet, South Carolina and I’ve got the sous chef here at Deck 383 joinin’ me today. This is Felicia Davis. She is a former student at the International Culinary Institute here in Myrtle Beach and she’s gonna cook a fish recipe for ya. This is actually one that you did before you graduated, huh?
Well, good. Okay, tell me what we got today?
Today we have a pecan crusted mahi with a wild rice and an orange ginger soy reduction, all local.
Okay, Felicia, what are we gonna do here to this fish today?
We are going to pan sear it.
So I’m gonna go ahead and pick it up and get it for ya nice.
[Bob] That’s a nice cut of mahi.
[Felicia] Yes sir.
[Bob] Now, caught right here off the coast of South Carolina, right?
[Felicia] Yes sir.
[Bob] Yeah, there you go, okay, awesome. Now how long you gonna cook this for?
[Felicia] It’s about two minutes on each side.
[Felicia] Get it nice and golden.
[Bob] Just a nice brown, okay.
[Felicia] Yes sir.
Now once you get it cooked, are you gonna have to put it in the oven at all to finish it or is it gonna be ready to go?
You can absolutely put it in the oven if you like your fish a little bit more on the rare side, you can go ahead and take it right out of the pan and put it right there. I personally like to stick it in the oven just to get it nice and golden and fully cooked.
[Bob] Okay. Ah, yeah.
[Felicia] Nice and beautiful color.
[Bob] And look at the pecans there.
[Felicia] They add a nice little crunch to it.
[Bob] It does.
[Felicia] With that sweetness, like it’s just.
Now in order to cook this, olive oil, butter, which do you prefer?
I prefer butter, olive oil works great if you’re trying for a healthier alternative.
You can do any kind of nut with this. You don’t have to do just pecans. You can do macadamia nuts, cashews, peanuts, any nut you wanna think about, you can absolutely do it with this piece of fish.
But while that fish is renderin’ and cookin’ here, I gotta ask ya, this is your first job outta school.
Down here at Deck 383.
How do you like it?
I absolutely love it. There’s nothing quite like it. The owners are fantastic people. They really care about their employees and their customers. I’ve never heard anything bad about this place.
See, and every once and a while you can get out of the kitchen back there, okay, if Chef Jermaine’ll let ya and look at what you can cook over, huh?
Absolutely, we have wonderful sunsets. Great backdrops for dinners. If you wanna come in for lunch, beautiful weather, great breeze, there’s nothing quite like this place.
No there is not. All right, we about there, Felicia?
Okay. You know mahi mahi is a great fish, okay, and not everybody thinks that that’s only in Hawaii.
But that thing is caught right here off the coast of South Carolina so. Okay, now what are we puttin’ this on?
So we have a wild rice here that was also locally grown.
[Felicia] But we’re just gonna place this right on top.
[Bob] Oh wow.
[Felicia] Just like that. And then I’ve got a ginger soy orange reduction here.
[Felicia] That we’re just gonna drizzle right on top.
[Bob] Oh great.
[Felicia] Nice and around it.
[Felicia] And there we have it.
There we go, mahi mahi over local rice right here at Deck 383. Felicia, thank you so much and congratulations on your first job here.
Okay, what a better place. I’d love to go to work here every day.
Yeah, there ya go. Well, folks, listen, that’s our Sportsman Table recipe from beautiful Wacca Wache Marina down here in Murrells Inlet at Deck 383 and again log on to certifiedscgrown.com and see what’s on the menu fresh every day and come on down to Deck 383 and join’ em for lunch, dinner, you name it. You come on down or just to have a brew. The folks down here are glad to have ya and I tell you what, you can’t miss it. We’ll see you right back here again next week on another edition of The Sportsman’s Table.
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Folks, welcome back to the show. Down here at Southern Woods Plantation. Quail is king and Chevy trucks and Kurt Newbruck of the Chevy marketing manager for the southeastern region’s gonna talk to ya about, well, a truck that I’m excited about and I love drivin’ it, is my 2020 HD Duramax High Country. Kurt, man I gotta tell ya, Chevrolet has hit the target on this one.
Hey, we’re excited about this truck.
Well, tell me, you know, there’s a lotta changes in this thing, okay. Not from just the ride and the drive but there’s a lotta stuff that you guys did to it.
Yeah, I mean you can see from behind us here, we’ve got a 19 and a 20 as well but bigger and bolder truck for sure. We got a new 66 gas engine with 464 foot pounds of torque. We got the new Duramax diesel with the 10 speed Allison transmission. That’s got 910 foot pounds of torque and it’ll tow up to 35,500 pounds and it’s made to work. You can see trailering mirrors are standard on all trims so it’s ready to do the job.
Well, and you know one of the great things about it, you gotta tell everybody about the camera system, okay? ‘Cause that is just, that is a great piece of addition.
Yeah, that advanced trailing technology, it’s got eight cameras and 15 views so hopefully you’ve seen the ads on TV but it does a great job and a lotta safety involved with that as well.
Well, you guys have outdone yourselves. I’ve enjoyed havin’ you guys down here behind these bird dogs, okay. It’s always a pleasure to hunt with ya and, you know, I just can’t thank Chevrolet and all you guys so much for what you do and the dealers, okay? Show casin’ the dealers on the show today. It was great to get them out. It’s, you know, they do and they love the outdoors, just like you.
They do and Chevy trucks is there every step of the way and we’re proud to be a partner.
Well, folks, I tell you what. That’s our show from Southern Woods down here. Got a question I’m gonna ask you before we go, what’s in your garage? If it’s not a Chevy Silverado HD Duramax, well, maybe you need to get on down to your local dealer and you find one for your very own. As I always like to say, each and every week, the outdoors are my passion, I want it to be yours too. We’ll see you back here again next week on another episode of Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine.