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UNC TV

  • Saturday 5:00 PM
  • Sunday 11:00 AM

UNC NC (Digital Broadcast) – Coming in March

  • Wednesday 11:00 PM
  • Wednesday 11:30 PM
  • Thursday 5:00 AM
  • Thursday 5:30 AM
  • Saturday 10:00 AM
  • Saturday 10:00 AM

UNC EX

  • Saturday 7:00 AM
  • Saturday 7:30 AM
  • Sunday 3:00 AM
  • Monday 1:30 AM
  • Tuesday 9:00 AM
  • Tuesday 4:00 PM
  • Wednesday 2:00 AM

Saturday at 5:00pm, and Sunday at 11:00am on UNC-TV

 

Edition 3201 – “Lake James Smallmouth” – On this week’s edition we’ll be live bait fishing on Lake James for the sporty smallmouth bass. On Gear Time our anglers discuss the tackle they used and Donna Reynolds prepares an oyster stew recipe in the kitchen.

September 10, 2016

Edition 3202 – “Summer Black Drum” – This week on the Journal we’ll venture to the coast to target black drum. Fishing bridge pilings proves to be productive. On Gear Time we’ll take a look at how to fish this type of structure and join Donna in the kitchen for a black sea bass recipe.

September 17, 2016 Sunday Only

Edition 3203 – “Stripers Deep” – On this week’s edition, we’ll target striped bass on the Roanoke River. Using fly rods and sinking lines proves to be effective in deep water. On Gear Time our anglers discuss how they rigged up and we’ll join Donna Reynolds in the kitchen for a roasted duck recipe.

September 24, 2016

Edition 3204 – “Popping Cork Specs” – this week on the Journal we are fishing for speckle trout using popping corks and DOA shrimp. This combo proves to be very effective. On Gear Time our anglers will discuss how to fish popping corks and we’ll join Donna Reynolds in the kitchen for a special trout recipe.

October 1, 2016

Edition 3205 – “Deep Water Bass” – On this edition of the Journal we’ll be fishing deep water on a piedmont lake for largemouth bass. On Gear Time our anglers discuss several methods using live bait that proves to be productive. In the kitchen, Donna Reynolds prepares a grilled quail recipe.

October 8, 2016

Edition 3206 – “Fish Bites” – This week on the Journal we’ll take a look at two fishing trips that didn’t quite make the cut. Great trips, but not enough fish to make a complete Journal edition. In the kitchen, Donna Reynolds prepares a lime tile fish and pasta salad combination.

October 15, 2016

Edition 3207 – “Tight line Nymphing” – On this edition of the Journal we’ll be targeting mountain trout. Guide Ollie Smith will show us a proven method of fly fishing that catches plenty of fish. In the kitchen, Donna Reynolds prepares a tasty seafood dip recipe.

October 22, 2016

Edition 3208 – “Spring Cobia” – this week on the Journal we’ll travel to the coast to target cobia on their spring migration. Using fresh bait proves to be productive. On Gear Time our anglers discuss how they rigged up and why it is so important to use the right tackle. In the kitchen, Donna Reynolds prepares a tasty scallops gratin recipe.

October 29, 2016

Edition 3209 – “Spring White Bass” – On this edition of the Journal we’ll travel to the mountains to fish for the sporty white bass. Using light fly rods proves to be the perfect match. On Gear Time our anglers discuss the tackle and how to deal with changing water conditions. In the kitchen, Donna Reynolds prepares a pasta salad and scallop recipe.

November 5, 2016

Edition 3210 – “Divers Rock Bonito” – This week on the Journal we’ll fish just off the beach in an area that draws the sporty bonito every spring. On Gear Time our anglers discuss the artificial lures they used to catch fish and Donna Reynolds is in the kitchen preparing a grouper pot roast recipe.

November 12, 2016

Edition 3211 – “Winter Stripers on Top” – on this edition of the Journal we’ll be targeting striped bass in January using top water lures. In Gear Time our anglers discuss the lures they used on this most unusual day. Donna Reynolds prepares a tasty fish recipe in the kitchen.

November 19, 2016

Edition 3212 – “Tough Morning Crappie” – This week on the Journal we’ll target black crappie on the Neuse River. A tough morning of fishing proved persistence pays off. On Gear Time our anglers discuss what they did to make a tough day on the water productive. Donna Reynolds prepares a smoked fish dip in the kitchen.

December 17, 2016

Edition 3213 – “Jetty Trout” – on this edition of the Journal we’ll fish the Cape Lookout rock jetty for speckled trout. In Gear Time our anglers discuss how they started the morning using live bait and made a transition to lures. In the kitchen Donna Reynolds prepares a crab soup recipe.

December 24, 2016

Edition 3214 – “Drifting for Catfish” – this week on the Journal we’ll drift the Cashie River for blue catfish. In Gear Time our anglers discuss the tackle and how they dealt with very windy conditions. In the kitchen Donna Reynolds prepares a shrimp recipe her way.

December 31, 2016

Edition 3215 – “Light for White Perch” – on this edition of the Journal we’ll target the sporty and tasty white perch. In Gear Time our anglers discuss how to go light in your tackle selection and we’ll join

Donna Reynolds in the kitchen for a different seafood recipe featuring.

 

Saturday Mornings at 7:00am on UNC-EX

Sunday Afternoons at 3:00pm on UNC-EX

Edition 601C – “Striped Bass Combo”- This week we’ll fish the Roanoke River for striped bass using two different methods. And join Kelly Davis for Nature Break as she visits the Carolina Raptor Center.

Edition 602C – “ Late Season Chukars” – On this edition of the Journal we’ll hunt chukar partridge on a shooting preserve. We’ll join Kelly Davis for Nature Break and Donna Reynolds in the kitchen for a Venison recipe.

Edition 603C – “Light Tackle Speckle Trout” – This week on the Journal we’ll fish for speckle trout using live shrimp and light tackle. On Nature Break Kelly Davis takes a look at the Diamond Back Terrapin.

Edition 604C – “September Doves” – On this edition of the Journal we’ll take a look at hunting the sporty dove at the beginning of the season. Kelly Davis discusses an ongoing study of dioxin and its affects on wildlife on Nature Break.

Edition 605C – “ Float Trip Smallmouths”- This week on the Journal we’ll take a trip down a wild mountain river for the sporty smallmouth bass. On Nature Break Kelly Davis takes a look at a Peregrine Falcon Hacking program.

Edition 606C – “ Deep Water Bottom Fish” – On this edition of the Journal we’ll venture offshore to fish wrecks for a variety of bottom fish. On Nature Break Kelly Davis takes a look at Skates and Stingrays along the Carolina Coast.

Edition 607C – “ Outer Banks Waterfowl Hunt” – This week on the Journal we’ll hunt two locations along the coast for wintering waterfowl. On Nature Break Kelly Davis examines the techniques and products of decoy carvers.

Edition 608C – “ Transition Bass” – On this edition of the Journal we’ll fish for largemouth bass during a transition period of the year. Fishing early fall as the water temperature cools can be very productive. On Nature Break Kelly Davis takes a look at sea turtle strandings and rehabilitation.

Edition 609C – “Shallow Water Puppy Drum” – This week on the Journal we’ll fish shallow water for the sporty puppy drum. On Nature Break Kelly Davis takes a look at lizards found in North Carolina and Donna Reynolds prepares hushpuppies in the kitchen.

Edition 610C – “Spring Mountain Trout” – On this edition of the Journal we’ll fish a mountain stream for big rainbow trout. Kelly Davis takes a look at Swift Creek one of the most “ecologically sound” streams in North Carolina during Nature Break.

Edition 611C – “High Mountain Grouse” – This week on the Journal we’ll hunt high in the North Carolina mountains for the sporty Ruffed Grouse. On Nature Break Kelly Davis offers tips on properly observing wildlife in their natural habitats.

Edition 612C– “Ocean Reef Flounder” – On this edition of the Journal we’ll fish an artificial reef just off the beach for flounder. On Nature Break Kelly Davis joins a sea turtle expert as she identifies the variety of turtles found along the Carolina coast.

Edition 613C – “Kid’s and Spanish Mackerel” – This week on the Journal young anglers take their first trip offshore for Spanish mackerel. On Nature Break Kelly Davis takes a look at the Screech owl.

Edition 614C – “Resident Canada Goose Hunt”- On this edition of the Journal we’ll take a look at hunting the resident population of Canada geese. On Nature Break Kelly Davis discusses the variety of Ferns found across the state.

Edition 615C – “Trophy Bluegill” – This week on the Journal we are wading a shallow pond for bedding bluegill bream. Utilizing several techniques proves to be very productive. On Nature Break Kelly Davis takes a look at roadway wildflowers.

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