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Saturday
Jun212014

20-years is a long time, especially for a TV show.

Haney & Murray back in 1994 reviewing a early show.20-years is a long time, especially for a TV show. Nowadays a TV show that makes 7-years is hailed as a milestone in television history. Delaware Valley Outdoors is celebrating 20-years on the air. Now that is truly a milestone considering it should have never made it on the air in the first place. The show had a humble beginning when show creator and executive producer Michael Haney came up with the concept. As a kid Haney would watch the Jerry McKinnis “Gone Fishing” TV show on ESPN and think to himself, the only thing better would be if those fishing shows would come to our state and do a show here. Years later Haney became a TV producer and owner of Atlantic Video Productions and he decided to make his dream come true.

Haney, Murray and Jimmy Houston doing a radio interview.The Internet was just coming into its own back in 1994 and Haney needed a front man for his show. Enters Bob Murray a local angling expert and seminar producer. The two hit if off right away and have been friends and co-producers of the fishing show ever since. Hundreds of fishing adventures have given them both fishing stories that could fill two books. Many famous guest have appeared on the show from Congressmen to famous anglers like Kevin Van Dam, Jimmy Houston and Mike Iaconelli just to name a few.

Murray and Haney have a few more gray hairs since starting the show but wouldn't change a thing, it’s as much fun to do the show as it is to watch. How long will the show go on… maybe another 20 years? Who knows, but one thing is for sure… “It’s going to be a good one!”

 See you on the water…

Friday
Jun202014

NEW SHOW: North Branch Susquehanna River Muddy Water Bass Fishing 

What started out a raining overcast miserable day soon turned to sunny and warm. We just got a chance to shoot another show on the North Branch of the Susquehanna River with Lance Dunham from LD Guide Service. Fishing was rough because of muddy water coming down the Susquehanna from recent rains in New York state. But we got a show done and Bob Murray and Producer Mike Haney fell in love with the best River Jet boat we have ever been on dubbed "The Beast" by Lance.

Watch the show now.

Wednesday
Feb192014

Newest Member of the DVO Production Team

DVO welcomes Tim Weaver to our production team. Tim will do more underwater video this season as well as produce several special videos for our online channels. 

Bob Murray and Tim Weaver on set

 

Wednesday
Dec182013

Great Gift for the Duck Hunter

Introduction to Coastal Waterfowl Hunting

Explore the coastal bays and open ocean that is coastal waterfowl hunting. Follow the Delaware Valley Outdoors staff as they teach decoy placement, scouting, species habits and blind placement. Learn the 7 step method that has been learned and proved successful in over 30 years of chasing waterfowl. Finally follow us on the water as we put it all together!

  • ·      Decoy placement
  • ·      Waterfowl Habits
  • ·      Choosing waterfowl loads
  • ·      Hunting action

Sale Now $10 + s&h 60-minutes

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Saturday
Dec142013

DVO's Own Steve Horvath got a nice Bear

Steve Horvath with a 3 year old Bear with a live weight of 170lbs.Shot at the Delaware water gap area in New Jersey (public land). Zone 1 bear management zone. Bear was harvested on Friday morning 12/13 at 10:am and at a range of 30 yards.

One shot through the lungs with a 20 gage from his Savage slug gun (Model 220) loaded with a Remington Accutip Slug.

The recovery was made easy since the bear only went about 15 yards after the shot. Dragging the bear 1.5 miles out was made easier by the newly fallen snow on the ground.

The Bear weighed 118 dressed which made it about 170 pounds per the biologist. The bear was checked in and tagged by personnel at the Whittingham WMA where it was scanned with a metal detector for hidden tags and blood samples were taken by biologists.

This Bear will help feed my whole family of seven and none will go to waste. Please hunt safely and only take the shot if you know you can humanely.