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Bayou Wild TVFrom the murky waters of the Sportsman’s Paradise, stories emerge. Stories of the generations of people who have shared in the bounties of the land; stories of communities that have persevered through natural disasters; stories of the abundance of fish, wildlife, and adventures that create an ecosystem rich in diversity. And from the silted banks of the mighty Mississippi, to the soggy marsh bottoms; from the tops of towering pine forests, to the depths of the salty gulf, human and animal have shared this fortune for centuries. Enjoy these stories as told by outdoor journalists who travel across our state documenting the adventure, sportsmanship, and heritage that make us BAYOU WILD!

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You can catch Bayou wild each week on Thursdays and Sundays at 7pm CST!
Starting this viewers in the Ascension, Livingston, & Lafourche parish areas can watch Bayou Wild TV on EATEL & Vision Communications!

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Martha & Don on the radio
  • Don Dubuc

    Host, Award Winning Outdoor Journalist

  • Martha Spencer

    Co-Host, Meterologist & Outdoor Journalist

  • Chef John Folse

    Louisiana's Authority on Seafood & Wild Game Cooking

  • Christopher LeCoq

    Producer/Director, Award Winning Outdoor Journalist




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Cook Your Catch at C Moran’s!

Blackened almaco jack is one of the many ways C Moran’s Restaurant in Port Fourchon will cook your catch!


Gon Pacon Fishing Team

Bayou Wild recently spent a day offshore out of Port Fourchon with the Gon Pacon Fishing Team


Never Too Old to Fish!

At 76 years old, Captain Larry Hooper enjoys has embraced south Louisiana and hopes to still be fishing at 100!


Cooking at Cava

Martha joins Chef Austin at Cava in New Orleans for some cooking!”


The Pickets Reef

Summertime is traditionally a great time for specks fishing the Pickets Reef in lower Terrebonne Parish"


Kayak Fishing Tips

Martha joins Hobie Pro Staffer Captain Ty Hibbs for a day on the water in the kayak

stories from the field and waters

Oyster Pan Roast

The 1901 edition of The Picayune’s Creole Cook Book recorded more than 30 oyster recipes, showing the popularity of this seafood at the turn of the 20th century. Exceptionally great oysters were being served in every restaurant in the city and by numerous street vendors stationed on almost every corner. Oyster saloons flourished in the city’s hotels. Oyster dishes such as the pan roast and the famous La Mediatrice, also known as “the peacemaker,” an oyster po’boy sandwich, became wildly popular.

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Double Decker Fish BLT

Louisiana is known for its sandwiches: po’boys, muffalettas, fish BLTs. Try using a little spicy ketchup or even rémoulade sauce to enhance the flavor of this sandwich.

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Tony Z's Wild Turkey Breast

Cast iron skillet cooking at it's best. Easy recipe that serves 4

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