Monday, November 3, 2008

JBO TV Guest Bill Bruford Announces Autobiography Book Release in 2009

Past Jim Baugh Outdoors TV guest Bill Bruford, legendary drummer for such groups as Yes, Genesis, King Crimson, UK, and Jazz group Earthworks, has announced his upcoming autobiography book release. Pre orders are available at
Bill is hailed as one of the worlds best percussionist and was one of the pioneers of the Progressive Rock era.
Bill and his son Alex appeared on JBO TV for an entire show and stayed with our crew in Hampton for four days. The show is one of our favorite and can be streamed worldwide CLICK HERE TO WATCH ON YOU TUBE. We will re air this program during our 20th anniversary series along with our other new programming for the 2009 season. Look for it on the Sportsman Channel second quarter 2009. To download the JBO TV Bill Bruford feature click the link below
(This is a real player file, not windows media. You may have to download the entire file, broadband connection suggested)

For more info. visit
Bill's web site

World Drummers Ensemble: L-R Chad Wackerman, Doudou N'Diaye Rose, Luis Conte, Bill.
Photo Credit: Fred van Diem
Hatteras Surf Fishing Tournament
It is that time of year again! JBO TV will be heading down to Hatteras to film the latest in surf fishing rigs with Captain Earl Williams. We will be shooting Wed. and Thur. on the surf the day before the official tournament. JBO TV features surf fishing every season and it is a great and inexpensive way to catch a load of fish. We will also be fishing off of the bridge for night time monster Rockfish later in December.

Fishing report: The bite at the James River Bridge and West, has been off. The warm weather has kept a lot of the migratory fish from heading up the river. There is always resident fish and chunking at the MM tunnel is a great and easy way to catch them. If you want to catch Rockfish this time of year guaranteed- go night fishing at the HRBT and fish the light line. As long as there is a good moving tide, you can catch Rockfish, Trout, and Bluefish until your coolers are full. This fishing hole is only minutes from the Downtown Hampton waterfront and artificials is all you need.

Tight Lines

Jim Baugh JBO TV

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