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Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Clarks Hill Hybrids

1992

Season 3, Episode 2: Frog Gigging/Archery Deer Beaver Dam

1992

Season 3, Episode 3: A Look Back at Past Shadows

1992

Season 3, Episode 4: Episode #3.4

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Season 3, Episode 5: Fly Fishing

1992
Fly fishing from the Tahula river in the North Georgia mountains with guest Henry Williamson.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Henry Williamson ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 6: Quail Hunting

1992
Quail hunting with women hunters Wanda Lott and Carol Wiseman.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Wanda Lott ... Herself - Guest
Carol Wiseman ... Herself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 7: Deer Hunting

1992
Host Jeff Free and guest Herb Flanders hunt an old buck in the woods of Henry County, south of Atlanta. Herb takes a whitetail with a black powder rifle.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Herb Flanders ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 8: Knife Making

1992
Michael Collins invites Georgia Outdoors into his workshop and shows us how to make a knife. Mr. Collins has made engraved knives for royalty around the world.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Michael Collins ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 9: Spotted Bass Fishing

1992
Guest Mark Hardin takes host Jeff Free fishing for spotted bass on the crystal clear Lake Lanier.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Mark Hardin ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 10: Rabbit Hunting

1992
Jeff Free guests Tommy Lawrence, Chris Welliver, and Art Clay for rabbit hunting using beagles. Chris attempts to use a muzzle loader to bag these speedy animals.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Art Clay ... Himself - Guest
Tommy Lawrence ... Himself - Guest
Chris Welliver ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 11: Duck Hunting

1992
Host Jeff Free hunts for mallards from a blind. In an impoundment near Resaca, he shows how important it can be to have a retriever in freezing weather.

Season 3, Episode 12: Retreiver Trails

1992
Basic dog training and a nationally sanctioned retriever trials are the subject of this week's show.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 13: Goose Hunting

1992
Jeff Free is joined by some young hunters and their father for a January Canada Geese hunt.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 14: Turkey Call Making

1992
Billy Bruice invites Jeff Free into his workshop and shows him how his famous Turkey Trumpet calls are made.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Billy Bruice ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 15: Squirrel Hunting

1992

Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Carl Jewel ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 16: DNR: Pleasures of Fishing

1992

Season 3, Episode 17: Crappie Fishing

1993
Jeff Free goes crappie fishing on Lake Allatoona with an old timer and long time crappie fisherman, Andy Anderson.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Andy Anderson ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 18: Fly Fishing

1993

Season 3, Episode 19: Turkey Hunting

1993
Before hunting turkey, host Jeff Free patterns his show with guest, Jerry Kicklighter. Later in the program, Jeff visits Jerry's shop where he makes shotgun choke tubes. But before visiting the shop. Jeff takes a turkey with champion caller, Gary Johnston.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Jerry Kicklighter ... Himself - Guest
Gary Johnston ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 20: Bass Fishing

1993
Jeff Free takes a special guest, Skip Wilkins, fishing for a largemouth bass. Skip is physically challenged, fishing from his wheelchair inside a John boat.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Skip Wilkins ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 21: Wild Hog Hunting

1993
Jeff Free learns about handguns, then ventures onto a shooting range for some practice. Guest and expert shooter, Mike Kanazawa takes his colt 45 into the woods to harvest a wild boar.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Mike Kanazawa ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 22: Episode #3.22

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Season 3, Episode 23: Episode #3.23

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Season 3, Episode 24: Shooting Range Practice

1993
Jeff Free receives shooting instruction from English champion Steve Middleditch, then tries his hand on one of Georgia's premiere sporting clay course, Cherokee Rose.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Steve Middleditch ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 25: Trout Fishing

1993
Jeff Free fishes a stretch of Georgia's famous Soque River for trophy trout using light spinning tackle.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 26: Fishing in the Okefenokee Swamp

1993
Host Jeff Free travels to the Okefenokee Swamp where he joins Park Ranger Pete Griffin to fish cypress stumps for warmouth perch.
Jeff Free ... Himself - Host
Pete Griffin ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 27: Ladies Quail Hunt

1993

Season 3, Episode 28: Retriever Trail

1993

Season 3, Episode 29: Turkey Calls

1993

Season 3, Episode 30: Knife Making

1993

Season 3, Episode 31: Episode #3.31

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Season 3, Episode 32: Episode #3.32

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Season 3, Episode 33: Turkey Hunt

1993

Season 3, Episode 34: Skip Wilkins

1993

Season 3, Episode 35: Trophy Trout

1993

Season 3, Episode 36: War Mouth Perch: Okefenokee

1993

Season 3, Episode 37: Fox Squirrel

1993

Season 3, Episode 38: Doe Deer Hunt

1993

Season 3, Episode 39: Archery Deer

1993


Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Dove Hunting

1994

Season 4, Episode 2: Hybrid Fishing

1994

Season 4, Episode 3: Episode #4.3

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Season 4, Episode 4: Largemouth Bass Fishing

1994

Season 4, Episode 5: Snook Fishing

1994

Season 4, Episode 6: Hog Hunt

1994

Season 4, Episode 7: Horseback Riding

1994

Season 4, Episode 8: Black Powder Deer Hunt

1994

Season 4, Episode 9: Caving, Part 1

1994

Season 4, Episode 10: Caving, Part 2

1994

Season 4, Episode 11: Tarpon Fishing

1994

Season 4, Episode 12: Deer Hunting

1994

Season 4, Episode 13: Soaring

1994

Season 4, Episode 14: Goose Hunting

1994

Season 4, Episode 15: Spotting Bass

1994

Season 4, Episode 16: Elk Hunting

1995

Season 4, Episode 17: Quail Hunting

1995

Season 4, Episode 18: DNR Spotlighting

1995

Season 4, Episode 19: Rabbit Hunting

1995

Season 4, Episode 20: Episode #4.20

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Season 4, Episode 21: Episode #4.21

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Season 4, Episode 22: Trout Fishing

1995

Season 4, Episode 23: Okefenokee War Mouth Perch

1995

Season 4, Episode 24: Episode #4.24

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Season 4, Episode 25: Episode #4.25

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Season 4, Episode 26: Snook

1995

Season 4, Episode 27: Episode #4.27

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Season 4, Episode 28: Tarpon Fishing in Costa Rica

1995

Season 4, Episode 29: Sailfish Fishing in Costa Rica

1995

Season 4, Episode 30: Episode #4.30

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Season 4, Episode 31: Soaring

1995

Season 4, Episode 32: Horseback Riding Cohuttes Wilderness

1995

Season 4, Episode 33: Lanier Bass

1995

Season 4, Episode 34: DNR Law Enforcement

1995

Season 4, Episode 35: Colorado Elk Hunt

1995

Season 4, Episode 36: Caving, Part 1

1995

Season 4, Episode 37: Caving, Part 2

1995

Season 4, Episode 38: Tarpon Fishing at Night

1995

Season 4, Episode 39: Bass: Live Bait

1995

Season 4, Episode 40: Snook Fishing

1995


Season 5


Season 5, Episode 4: Striper Fishing

1995
He is known for his 2nd place finish, the first time he competed in the Bassmaster Classic in 1995. However, on Lake Lanier in Ga, he's known as one of the best guides on the lake. He joins Boomer for top Striper action.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 5: Bow Hunt

1995

Season 5, Episode 6: Lake Blackshear

1995

Season 5, Episode 7: Fishing in Savannah

1995
Boomer heads to Savannah to catch dolphin, kings, and barracuda with an all female crew. Great saltwater action. Captain Judy Helmey and Ali the First Mate keep Boomer and guest Ken Daniel busy as they venture up to 40 miles offshore.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 8: Hybrid Bass

1995
West Point Lake on Ga's western border is well-known for its extraordinary Largemouth Bass fishing. Ron Savage, a professional guide on the lake takes Boomer on a trip with artificial baits to catch another species of this lake...Hybrid bass.

Season 5, Episode 10: Fly Fishing in Alaska: Part 1

1995
Ga Outfitter, Wes Hixon, and guide Ken Bethe go fly fishing for salmon on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska's Prince William Sound, site of the Exxon Valdez tanker oil spill.

Season 5, Episode 11: Fly Fishing in Alaska: Part 2

1995
Hixon and Bethe go fly fishing for trout in this episode. They view spectacular scenery and encounter a grizzly bear.

Season 5, Episode 12: Fly Fishing in Alaska: Part 3

1995
Hixon and Bethe fish for Halibut in the conclusion of the Alaska adventure. They are joined by Paula McGee in their quest for flat fish and line cod.

Season 5, Episode 13: Thanksgiving Special: Cherokee Indians

1995
A look at what the life and times of Cherokee Indians might have been like around the time when the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock. Flint napping, fish weirs, harvesting, and lifestyles are examined.

Season 5, Episode 14: Raccoon Hunting

1995
A group of 5 men have been hunting for raccoon together for over 35 years. They are passionate about the sport and their dogs. Boomer joins the group for "hi-tech" raccoon hunting.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 15: Blackshear Update

1995

Season 5, Episode 16: Spelunking

1995
Boomer and his son join expert caver, Allen Padgett, in the northwest Georgia mountains. The group goes spelunking, deep underground in Cloudland Canyon State Park and examine the fragile eco-system.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 17: Night Fishing

1995
When the cold months of winter move in Ga and the moon is full, the walleye fishing shines on Lake Blue Ridge. Novice angler, Traci Millwood, is invited to learn some night-time tactics and in turn teaches Boomer how to cook this tasty delicacy.

Season 5, Episode 19: DNR Some Fine Fishing

1996

Season 5, Episode 21: Whitetail Deer

1996
Boomer joins Steve Vaughn, the president of Game and Fish Publications in Ft. Perry to unravel some of the questions hunters have about hunting and managing Whitetail deer.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 22: North Georgia Trout

1996

Season 5, Episode 23: Turkey Hunting

1996
Rickey Joe, call designer and Grand Natl. Turkey Calling Champion, guides Boomer on his first turkey hunt. This show covers the basic "do's and don'ts" of turkey hunting and calling.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Boomer (Host)

Season 5, Episode 24: Rabbit

1996

Season 5, Episode 26: Pheasant Hunt

1996
After taking some warm-up shooting lessons from Chang Ma at Wolf Creek, 1996 Olympic shooting venue, Boomer is joined by Atlanta Braves slugger, Ryan Klesko, for a continental pheasant hunt on Dogwood Plantation. Ken Waldren and his son, Ryan, bring their black lab, Desa, to practice her retrieves.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 28: Eastern Turkey Hunt

1996
Rob Keck, Vice President of the National Wild Turkey Federation has done for turkey hunting what Johnny Appleseed did for the apple. He is Boomer's special guest on an Eastern Turkey hunt from Pennington Seed Farm in Middle Georgia.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 2: Catfish

1996
A mother challenges her son to see who can catch the biggest catfish from the Tugaloo River in northeast Georgia. Bob Marshall, a catfish guide, helps the two- some with different ways to catch "Ol Mister Whiskers."
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 3: Crabbing

1996
One of the simplest forms of crabbing is revealed as Boomer and Duane and Carol Harris take a group of children from Brunswick on a crabbing trip and afterward enjoy a low country crab boil on the beach.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 4: Deer Management

1996

Season 6, Episode 5: Canoeing

1996
The safe family sport is explored. The Cherokee Indians' "Trail of Tears," the Georgia Gold Rush, and interesting about Auraria, Ga are discussed. The highlight of the trip is when Boomer and his crew take a wild, white water ride through an old mining tunnel.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 6: Canoeing the Etowah

1996

Season 6, Episode 7: Tarpon/Redfish

1996
Georgia's Atlantic coast is well known as one of the world's most productive shark nurseries. During the hot months of summer, though, it's becoming known for excellent Tarpon fishing. During the cooling month of October, surf fishing for Redfish is world class.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 8: Bass Fishing

1996
Nothing can get an angler's heart beating like a ferocious, top water strike. Boomer joins Lake Lanier guide and B.A.S.S. angler, Doug Youngblood, to catch Spotted bass and Stripers using top water lines.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Boomer (Host)

Season 6, Episode 9: Falconing

1996

Season 6, Episode 10: Doe/Deer

1996

Season 6, Episode 11: Canadian Canoeing

1996
When Bill is faced with options following retirement, the 69 year old outdoorsman decided to challenge Canada's Churchill River in a canoe. When not enjoying some of the incredible fishing of the rivers, Bill and Guide Carl Hretchka see harp seals, beluga whales, and polar bears.

Season 6, Episode 17: White Tail Deer Hunt in Saskatchewan

1996

Season 6, Episode 18: Walleye

1996

Season 6, Episode 19: Compass/GPS

1996
The Okefenokee Swamp is used as a backdrop to drive home the importance of not getting lost in the wilderness. Boomer and DNR biologist, Rusty Garrison, show how to use a compass while guest Pete Griffin and associate producer, Kimberly Munn, use a GPS to find their way home.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 20: Raccoon Hunt

1996

Season 6, Episode 21: Squirrel Hunting with Muzzle Loader

1996

Season 6, Episode 22: White Water Rafting

1996
Boomer and several brave souls take a white water raft trip down the Oconee River, site of the 1996 Olympic White Water Competition. The reconstruction by the U.S. Forest Service of the riverbed is also shown.

Season 6, Episode 25: Heritage Turkey Hunt

1996

Season 6, Episode 27: Angling

1996
Many of Georgia's anglers believe the next state record Spotted bass will be caught at Carter's Lake, near Jasper. To catch the "magnum spots," you have to be adept at deep water structure fishing. Local tournament angler, Mark Holcomb, joins Boomer to reveal some techniques to help you catch these big fish.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 32: Fishing on the Chattahoochee

1996
The Chattahoochee River is one of the top five rivers listed on the American Rivers Endangered List. Ironically, above Atlanta, the river is pristine and holds one of Ga's best kept secrets- trout. Boomer and Stuart Miller use tubes to float and fish on the river.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 3: River Fishing

1996
A Tom Sawyer approach to fishing: wading in the cool Withlacoochee River, Boomer tries to catch bream, speckled perch, and gar fish.

Season 7, Episode 4: Sharks: Killers of the Caribbean - Fact of Fiction?

1996
The show travels to the Bahamas in this one hour special which confronts the myths and misconceptions about the shark. Segments include scuba diving with a loggerhead sea turtle, hand feeding dozens of Caribbean reef sharks by hand in the afternoon and then at night.

Season 7, Episode 5: Deer 'Archery' Hunting

1996
Boomer's first bow hunt for deer.

Season 7, Episode 6: White Water Canoeing the Cartecay River

1996
Guest Chris Campbell shows Boomer the art of canoeing the river. The history of the river is also revealed.

Season 7, Episode 7: Squirrel Hunting on the Alcovy River

1997
Betsie explores the creatures of the river with 10 year old Nathan Garber in the first half of the episode. In the second half, GWF President Jerry McCollum teaches Nathan the fundamentals of squirrel hunting.

Season 7, Episode 8: White Tail Deer Hunting

1996
For 2 weeks, producer/videographer Nate Haskell and guest, Wes Hixon hunted the in the bone chilling Saskatchewan wilderness for perfect white-tail trophy deer. On the final day, they were not disappointed.

Season 7, Episode 9: Carter's Lake Fishing for Spotted Bass

1997

Season 7, Episode 10: Fly Fishing the Soque River

1997

Season 7, Episode 11: Thanksgiving Special

1997

Season 7, Episode 12: Canoeing the Etowah River

1997

Season 7, Episode 13: Turkey Hunting

1997

Season 7, Episode 14: Orienteering in the Okefenokee Swamp

1997

Season 7, Episode 15: Big Whitetail Deer of Texas

1997

Season 7, Episode 16: Best of Georgia Outdoors

1997

Season 7, Episode 17: Day Hike at Pickett's Mill Battlefield

1997

Season 7, Episode 18: Lake Trout Fishing in the Northwest Territories

1997

Season 7, Episode 19: Grayling Fishing in the Northwest Territories

1997

Season 7, Episode 20: Hog Hunting with Ladies

1997

Season 7, Episode 21: Making a Box Call

1997

Season 7, Episode 24: Hawking for Rabbits

1997

Season 7, Episode 25: Turkey Hunt

1997

Season 7, Episode 26: Tanning Animal Hides

1997

Season 7, Episode 27: Rock Climbing at Tallulah George

1997

Season 7, Episode 28: Brim Fishing in a Farm Pond

1997

Season 7, Episode 29: Frog Gigging

1997

Season 7, Episode 30: Fly Fishing for Stripers

1997

Season 7, Episode 31: In-Studio Show

1997
New Rules, regulations, and laws that affect the outdoors person will be discussed by a panel of experts.

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: Brook Trout Fishing

1997

Season 8, Episode 3: Yellow Perch

1997

Season 8, Episode 4: White Water Rafting

1997

Season 8, Episode 6: Saskatchewan Deer

1998

Season 8, Episode 8: Archaeological Dive

1998

Season 8, Episode 10: Tree Climbing

1998

Season 8, Episode 11: Brook Trout

1998

Season 8, Episode 12: Caving

1998

Season 8, Episode 14: Fly Tying/Fishing

1998

Season 8, Episode 15: Sporting Clays

1998

Season 8, Episode 16: Fly Fishing for Stripers

1998

Season 8, Episode 17: Raccoon Hunting

1998

Season 8, Episode 18: Deer Hunt

1998

Season 8, Episode 19: St. Catherine's Island

1998

Season 8, Episode 20: Becoming a Conservation Ranger

1998

Season 8, Episode 21: Muzzle Loading with Jack Crockford

1998

Season 8, Episode 23: Spear Fishing

1998

Season 8, Episode 26: ATV Trail Riding

1998

Season 8, Episode 27: Crappie Fishing on Lake Ocoee

1998

Season 8, Episode 30: Deep Sea Fishing for Sheepshead

1998

Season 8, Episode 31: Snake Survey- In the Search of Diamondback Rattlesnakes

1998


Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: Jekyll Island

1998

Season 9, Episode 2: Opening Dove Day Hunt

1998

Season 9, Episode 3: Chattahoochee: Voyage of Discovery

1998

Season 9, Episode 4: North Georgia Lake Country

1998

Season 9, Episode 5: Pigeon Mountain WMA

1998

Season 9, Episode 6: Flint River Shoals Bass

1998

Season 9, Episode 7: Walk-Inn Lodge

1998

Season 9, Episode 8: Trophy Deer Hunt

1998

Season 9, Episode 9: Quail Hunt

1998

Season 9, Episode 10: Sporting Clays Classic

1999

Season 9, Episode 11: Goose Hunt

1999

Season 9, Episode 12: Georgia's Backyard Birds

1999

Season 9, Episode 13: Venomous Bugs and Spiders

1999

Season 9, Episode 15: Exploring Little St. Simon's Island

1999

Season 9, Episode 16: Coastal Sailing

1999

Season 9, Episode 18: Fly Fishing for Chattahoochee Trout

1999

Season 9, Episode 19: Fishing the Coosa River System

1999

Season 9, Episode 20: Pond Fishing or Fishing for Hickory Shad

1999

Season 9, Episode 22: The Best of Georgia Outdoors: 1998-1999

1999


Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Dove Hunt in Perry, Georgia

19 October 2000
The opening day of dove season is traditionally one of the great social events in Georgia. As dove season comes around it signals the start of a new hunting season and an opportunity for friends and family to get-together. This year, Georgia Outdoors is going on a 410 Dove Hunt at the Henderson Village Plantation. The hunt is a fund-raiser for Georgia Public Television.

Season 10, Episode 2: The Conasauga: River of Life

26 October 1999
The Conasuaga River supports more rare species and is in better condition than most of the other rivers draining through the Coosa River system of northwestern Georgia. Surrounded by extensive wilderness and national forest land, the upper third of the river is in almost pristine condition. The waters of the Conasauga are home to over 90 different species of fish including the amber darter, the blue shiner, and the frecklebelly madtom. Of all of the fish, mussels, and other aquatic species of the river, 25 species are considered rare. The river also provides recreational opportunities like snorkeling, canoeing and outstanding fishing, and most important, water for agricultural, residential and industrial use. Note: due to water conditions, we may flyfish on The Jack's River, which feeds into and is part of the Conasauga River watershed.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 3: Primitive Weapons

2 November 1999
Due to hunters' requests, Georgia passed a law allowing for a primitive weapons or "black powder" season in Georgia. This program features a shooting demonstration with these weapons followed by a black powder hunt. The program also discusses quality deer management practices and the use of food plots as a management tool.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 4: Top Family Getaways

9 November 1999
North Georgia is a natural wonderland, full of adventure, history and great family fun. Some places, like Cloudland Canyon State Park attract large numbers of visitors. Others, like the Crockford - Pigeon Mountain Wildlife Management Area, are diamonds in the rough, known mostly by locals and hunters. If you're interested in a little history lesson, don't miss New Echota Historic Site. With a little homework and a lot of enthusiasm this part of our beautiful state is within easy reach of us all.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 5: Outdoors Woman

16 November 1999
Guest Host Robin Russel introduces us to women who enjoy the outdoors. We follow one young women through a Hunter Safety Course and her first deer hunt on Rum Creek WMA, then we meet a rock climbing enthusiast. At a BOW, Becoming and Outdoor's Women, event women take classes in canoeing, fly tying, campfire cooking and orienteering. Robin also gets some shooting instruction from a top notch shooting instructor. History is made as Robin harvests her first deer during production of this program. Too bad the cameras had gone home. But, we have pictures to prove it.
Robin Russel ... Herself - Host

Season 10, Episode 6: Flint River Expedition

23 October 1999
Georgia's Flint River is one of the southeastern United States' greatest natural resources. Over 125 of its 220 total miles are free-flowing as it traverses the state from the Atlanta Metro Area to its confluence with the Chattahoochee. As we examine the future of the state's water resources for the next century, the Flint is a pivotal watershed in which to promote conservation, ecological tourism and sustainable economic development. Georgia Outdoors plans on doing a three part series on the river for the 11th season.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 7: Outdoor Photography

15 January 2000
This program visits two of North Georgia's most beautiful waterfalls, Tacoa Falls and Minnehaha Falls, where host Michael Skinner teaches us about landscape photography. Then, Michael travels to Minnesota to photograph some beautiful winter wildlife. Photographing nature is one of the most popular and fascinating areas of photography. Like any craft or hobby, there is a learning curve. With photography, applying knowledge means practice, practice means patience and perseverance. Once you have the basics then you can begin to develop your own distinct style using the elements of exposure and composition. And, as most photographers will tell you, a little bit of luck never hurts!
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 8: The Joy of Ducks

22 January 2000
Ducks are a favorite game bird among hunters today and they have been for hundreds of years. Even if you're not a hunter, ducks are part of our collective consciousness about the natural world. Their migration calls herald the passing of the seasons and for most people, they are instantly identifiable in flight. Whether it's the "daffy" bill at the end of their noses or the flock of birds bobbing like corks in the water we all know, "It's a duck!" This program features a Altamaha draw hunt on Butler Island, a Georgia State Champion duck caller and a young wildlife artist who won his first Junior Duck Stamp award when her was ten years old.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 9: Man's Best Friend in the Outdoors

29 January 2000
As well as being man's best friend, dogs are also man's best hunting buddy. This show features frisbee dogs, herding dogs and just plain pet dogs in the first segment. Part two features the heroes of Georgia's Search and Rescue teams, or SARDOGS. Part three features retired veterinarian Wilbur Dellinger and his vast knowledge of the hunting breeds.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 10: Camping

5 February 2000
Camping was once simply a way life in America. The campsite was either a dwelling or just a place to bed down for the night. Early explorers, hunters, travelers and "cowboys of the old west" set up camp every night and certainly didn't think of it as the recreational pastime we enjoy today. Part one of this program features a family that rents camping equipment from Geared To Go. Part two is a shopping trip both on the cheap at an army surplus store and then at a top notch outdoors gear retailer. Coastal naturalist Cathy Sakas takes us coastal camping in part three.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 11: Urban Outdoor Adventures

12 February 2000
Georgia's urban areas can be full of surprises for outdoor adventurers. All it takes is a little get up and go. Most of us know about outdoor destinations like Zoo Atlanta, Fernbank Science Center and Stone Mountain, but there are also innumerable hiking trails, bird watching forests, trout fishing and great paddling are all within a short drive of the city. This week Georgia Outdoors features The Elatchee Nature Science center near Gainesville, Fernbank Science center in Atlanta and The Buford Hatchery where families can help restock Georgia's streams. Next time viewers want some after work recreation, they can take a short drive to the Chattahoochee, or even Piedmont Park for a little fishing.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 12: Conservation Stories

19 February 2000
Scientist's predict that the extinction rate of plants and animals on our planet may be as high as one or more a day. Thankfully, there are many conservation success stories here in Georgia too. These successes have been hard won and would not have occurred without the efforts and cooperation of lots of people, agencies and organizations. But, there is no rest for the weary. This program features some of Georgia's biggest conservation challenges - the Right Whale, the Loggerhead Sea Turtle and the Robust Redhorse - as well as some of Georgia's success stories like the Whitetail Deer, the wild Turkey, the Bald Eagle and the Alligator. This program focuses on the Right Whale and the organizations that work together to protect the remaining animals that number less than 300.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 13: Crappie Fishing

26 February 2000
Second only to the Largemouth Bass, the Crappie is Georgia's most popular game fish and Lake Weiss in North Georgia is famous for it's Crappie fishing. This episode features a day on the lake with biologist Kevin Dalmier, a surprise harvest of Spotted Bass along with a fair catch of crappie, Crappie Fishing Tips from Freshwater Fish Hall of Famer Sam Heaton and a Crappie Cooking segment.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 14: Mountain Biking

18 March 2000
Mountain biking is a great family sport. This program features information on the basics as well as the new high tech gear available. We follow Atlanta salesman David Guy who keeps his bike in his SUV as he travels the state. We join our guest for a ride in the Tallulah Gorge State Park and in Augusta along the canal. We also go to Andy Jordan's Bike Warehouse and interview the owner about bike maintenance and the history of the canal trail.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 15: Bird Banding and the Coastal Trail

25 March 2000
Georgia has opened a new birding trail along the coast. This program visits points on the new Colonial Coast Birding Trail from a historic canal to Jekyll Island Beach. We join the Jekyll Island Bird Banding club and help band migratory songbirds. The program also includes birding by kayak in a beautiful coastal marsh on the Melon Bluff Plantation.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 16: Backyard Habitat

4 April 2000
How to create a friendly environment for wildlife in your own back yard. Always a crowd pleaser, this show will highlight the many ways you can turn your backyard into a welcome habitat for wildlife. Locations include Callaway Gardens Victory Garden South, a blue bird trail and a nursery where special guest host Robin Russel joins Michael Skinner and they explore water gardens and native plants.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 17: Turkey Hunt: White Bass Fishing (Surf 'n Turf)

11 April 2000
Hunting for turkey in the morning and fishing for white bass in the afternoon - it's Surf n' Turf.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 18: Ogeechee River/Shad Fishing

18 April 2000
We'll be fishing for Shad and striper on the Ogeechee as well as visiting historic Richmond Hill. We discover the legacy of Henry Ford's contribution to the area and visit the breathtaking Ford Plantation. Michael and friends will do some ghost story telling and guitar playing around the campfire at historic Fort McAllister State park.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 19: Kid's Fishing

2 May 2000
Fishing with kids at The Charlie Elliot Wildlife Center. The kids are part of a national program called "Hooked on Fishing, not on Drugs." This show will also include a segment with State Senator Max Cleland fishing with his Dad.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 20: Sea Kayaking

9 May 2000
Explore the beautiful watery trail system found on the coast of Georgia from the unusual perspective of a kayak. Host Michael Skinner takes a tour through the amazing rivers and marshes of the intercoastal waterway. Special guests include Michael Gowen of Southeast Adventure located on St. Simons Island and Charlie Reeves of Caretta Kayaks in Savannah. Special features include a photography trip on an abandoned meander of the Satilla River, fishing a tidal creek, and a look inside a kayak shop where handmade wooden boats are works of art as well as sea-worthy vessels.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 21: Okefenokee Canoe Trip

16 May 2000
Host Michael Skinner and guide will float the beautiful and magical waters of the Okefenokee Swamp. Home to alligators and numerous species of beautiful flowers, this eerie and unique habitat will remind the viewer of yet another amazing place to explore. Fishing is fun and fruitful with guest hosts Bert Deneer and Paul Williamson. GPTV's favorite Okefenokee Joe will also make a special guest appearance.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 10, Episode 22: The Satilla River

23 May 2000
One of coastal Georgia's most beautiful streams, The Satilla, is known for it's stark white sandbars and reflective black waters. The fishing is good, for both redbreast and largemouth. We take a sidetrip to Waycross and The Okefenokee Swamp Park and to UGA where we learn about a research project focusing on Georgia's coastal plain.
Michael Skinner ... Himself - Host

Season 19


Season 19, Episode 2: Bats!

20 May 2011

Season 19, Episode 3: A Legacy of Land

24 June 2011

Season 19, Episode 4: On the Altamaha

2010

Sharon Collins ... Herself - Host

Unknown Season


Bluefish/Scuba Diving

1996
Boomer and the crew are 45 miles off the Georgia coast to attempt to catch Bluefish off the Navy towers. What they find instead are encounters with spotted dolphins and sea turtles. The crew also scuba dives on Georgia's artificial reefs, site of several sunken WWII US Army tanks.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

Camping/Turkey Hunt

1996
1850s style camping is combined with a turkey hunt at historic Barnsley Gardens. Outfitters, Bobby and Caroline Lee, show what life in camp might have been like during that period. Turkey guide, Alan Butler, shows how frustrating hunting can be.
Steve Sutton ... Himself - Host

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