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Enjoy Past Shows from the Archives:Ray Scott’s Trophy Bass Retreat in Pintlala, Alabama. Representing the University of Alabama Bass Fishing team is Keith Kirkley and Representing Auburn University Bass Fishing Team is Matt Lee. In the first two years of the Fish-Off, Alabama and Auburn each took one win a piece. Who will win in 2013 and break the tie? Becoming an Outdoor Woman Don Day spends the day at the 4-H center at Lay Lake, learning more about the Becoming an Outdoor Woman program, sponsored by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Director Sylvia Payne shares information on the program. Meet class leaders: Dalton “Huggin Bear” Halbrook, Marisa Futral from the DCNR, Tes Randle Jolly and many more. See attendees: Alicia Laynchard or Lavarre, FL, Angela Holter, Susan Kynard Deavers, Montgomery, AL and others share their thoughts about the weekend. Kayaking and BKM Outdoors In this episode: Janet Kynard and Lonnie Carden, owner of Coosa Outdoor Center, Kayak the Coosa River in Wetumpka, Alabama, BKM Outdoors introduces a new product to use with your Deer Cam Candy for attracting more deer, and Warden Keith Mann shares an update on the new 2013-14 hunting laws in Alabama at Seed Processors Hwy 231 Wetumpka, AL
Deer Farm and Dragon Boats: If you are a hunter or love beautiful deer this show is for YOU!! Join our host Don Day as he visits White City Whitetails deer farm with George Cagle. You will see the fawns all the way up to deer with huge racks. Also in this episode, we cover the 4th Annual Montgomery Dragon Boat Races. This is the largest charity event on the Alabama River. Ziplining and Water Rescue: This show features Venture Outdoors TV Show and It Happens in Alabama on our ziplining adventure at Camp Butter and Egg, Troy, Alabama and a very informative day on the Coosa with the Wetumpka Elite Fire and Water Rescue Team. Don Day and Rick Redmon Fish the Coosa River: Don “I can’t catcha fish” day and Rick “Gimme my Moon Pie” Redmon fish the Mighty Coosa River and then get competitive in a Paintball match. Fish Catching & Turkey Calling: This episode features Landon Bertarelli and James Dismukes, young anglers from Wetumpka, AL as they show you how to catch fish on Lake Jordan. Blaine Boyd, who finished 11th in the Archery Competition at the Buckmaster 2012 Expo, without ever having shot in a tournament, and Billy Targus, Grand National Champion and World Class Turkey Caller who has won about every contest this is in Turkey calling is joined by Tim Smith, Founder, On Target Outdoor Ministries. K9 Unit & Jimmy Stubbs Crappie Fishing: Venture Outdoors TV Show host Don Day goes crappie fishing with Jimmy Stubbs, President of River Bank & Trust, on Lake Jordan. Watch as the Elmore County Search and Rescue K9 Unit search for a missing elderly man. Earthen Oven & Turkey Rodeo: Stacy Harris, Author “Game & Garden”, teaches you to make homemade bread in an earthen oven. Then we will join Rex Pritchett, Owner- Great Southern Outdoors, for the Turkey Rodeo, while being entertained with the guitar playing of River Dan. Join us for Food, Fun, Hunting and Entertainment. Crappie Fishing & Knap-In 2013: Get crappie fishing tips from Dan Dannenmueller, 2 time Crappie Angler of the Year and Co-Publisher of Crappie Now Online Magazine. Don visits Stan Payne at the Flint, Stone and Bone Creations’ Knap-In, a Primitive Craft Festival, for charity, held the first weekend of March each year. We round out this show with a home video of 3 year old Andrew Godwin, son of Austin Godwin, catching his first bass. Fishing with Jim Liner at Ray Scott’s Trophy Bass Retreat: Come along as Don Day enjoys a trip to Ray Scott’s Trophy Bass Retreat where he fishes with Jim Liner the resident biologist. Jim Kientz the executive director gives out information on how you can fish at the retreat. In closing, Don has a sit-down with Ray Scott, founder of B.A.S.S. Father & Son Fishing, Taproot Knives: Enjoy fishing with Frank and Landon Bertarelli, (Zap Pest Control) on a secret pond and get lure information from TJ Stallings (TTI Blakemore). Master Knife Maker, Mike Tapley of Taproot Custom Knives, explains how to make a custom knife and how sharpen your knives correctly.
Frontier Days 2012: Join Don Day as he spends time at Frontier Days at Fort Toulouse in Wetumpka, AL. Once a year in November, visitors can enjoy stepping back in time to what it was like in the period from 1700 to 1820 during Alabama Frontier Days. See genuine blacksmiths at work, traditional Native American dances, battle re-enactments and more. Browse the living history exhibits or tour the 1751 French Fort Toulouse occupied by a full force of authentically costumer French Colonial Marines or visit the War of 1812 camp set up next to 1814 Fort Jackson. Learn the history of both forts from the Living History enthusiasts who give their time to inform the public what life was like in a much harsher time. Also, enjoy some bass fishing with Rich Redmon of R2Custom Rods. Alabama Gold Camp: Don Day and Curt Gantt spend the morning at Alabama Gold Camp in Lineville, Alabama learning the art of panning for gold with Adam Broach. In this episode you get a rare opportunity to be serenaded by Curt Gantt! You won’t want to miss this! Jiggerpole Fishing: Boy, Oh Boy have we got a show for you! Host Don Day is learning to jigger pole fish from Al Hite: host of Al Hite Outdoors. They are fishing in one of the most beautiful and best bass fishing places in Alabama: Ray Scott’s Trophy Bass Retreat! Did you know that President’s have fished there and you can too? Ray Scott also shares his early memories of jigger pole fishing and you’ll learn about his jigger poles carried by B’n’M poles. AFK, JAKES & Deer Cam Candy: Learn more about “Anglers for Kids” and see the weigh-in for the Alabama Jr. Open Tournament. (Frank Bertarelli, Rich Redmon, Rick Redmon, and Don Day) This episode also features BKM Outdoors’, Keith Hedley who teaches you about placing outdoor camera and introduces you to their product, locally produced, Deer Cam Candy. Fishing with Jim Hardy: Jim Hardy, Lure Designer, Professional Angler and founder of O.F.F., bass fishes with Don Day. There’s a lot of bass splashing with the Hardy Tack Craw. In this episode Don visits an O.F.F. event. Outdoor Friends Forever is a non-profit organization founded in 2010 by Jim Hardy to provide outdoor opportunities to people with special needs. The organization hosts multiple events throughout the year including hunting and fishing weekends Snoopy ChallengeWe have blown the dust off of one of the most viewed and favorite viewer shows of all time! The Snoopy Challenge. This funny show features Don Day, Rick Redmon and Butch of Leisure Isle Buildings. Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) at the Wetumpka, Alabama Airport and local Game and Garden author, Stacy Harris, who will teach you how to make and can homemade vegetable soup right from your garden. Other people in this episode include: Kirk Harrell – EAA Local Chapter President, Kim Curenton and Savannah Weaver – Young Eagles Program, Brett Curenton –Wetumpka Airport Manager, Molly Lowery as “Rosie the Riveter”, Jerry Willis – Mayor of Wetumpka and Bo Hunter – Local guitarist. Bama Spots. Later in the show we spend time with Probate Judge of Elmore County, Jimmy Stubbs and his son, also, Jimmy Stubbs as they teach us about keeping their old family tradition alive, making cane syrup the old fashioned way.
Pam Martin Wells Fishing: Don Day and Rick Redmon fish the upper part of the Coosa River with lady angler and guide from Georgia Pam Marin Wells and her husband Steven Wells (Pam and Steve Wells Guide Service). Old School vs. Young Guns: Don Day and Rick Redmon host a fishing tournament between Fathers and sons. On the “Old School” are Tripp Weldon and Ricky Baker. On the “Young Guns” team are Ben Weldon of the University of Alabama and Shayne Baker of Auburn University. Spooning with Andy: It’s time for some winter spoon fishing on Lake Jordan with Don Day and Andy Markos. Included in this episode is an interview with rodeo legend, Lecile Harris Battle for the Armory: Don Day and Rick Redmon report on the re-enactment of the Battle for the Armory held each year in Tallassee, Alabama Hog Hunt: Join Don Day and Rick Redmon for some hog hunting near Camden, AL with Lawrence “Tator Bug” Champion, his dogs and crew.