Host of the Outdoor Channel's Television Series
With 27 Years as a guide on
Steve McCadams knows hunting and fishing
in the Paris Landing area!
Waterfowl Hunting- located
in the middle of three refuges, Steve's
blinds are within a couple
of miles of over 500,000 wintering ducks
and 200,000 wintering geese at
the peak of
the season. You will
hunt from comfortable heated blinds and dine on everything from
chops to venison to fish. Each blind is surrounded by decoy
500 or more.
Mallards are the #1 duck on Kentucky Lake, but other species such
widgeon, black ducks,
pintail, teal and many more can be
harvested at different times of the
Give him a call now and
experience waterfowling at it's best!
Crappie and Bass Fishing also
call for more information
About Steve McCadams
Labeled as one of the country's most popular outdoorsman and
Steve McCadams is a outdoor writer and a host of the
series "IN-PURSUIT", a hunting, fishing, and
oriented program on the great outdoors.
He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and is a active
member of The Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA),
Southeastern Outdoor Press Association (SEOPA), and The
Outdoor Writers Association (TOWA), having
served as President in both
SEOPA and TOWA.
His articles and photos have appeared in numerous newspapers,
books. He is outdoor editor of the Paris
newspaper. His columns appear regularly in: Mid-South
Fishing News, Tennessee Valley Outdoors, Crappie World and
Publication credits range from Ducks Unlimited Magazine,
North American Hunting & Fishing Club, Outdoor Life,
Field & Stream, Crappie World and The Saturday
to a host of state and regional publications.
Entering his 28th year as a professional guide and outdoor writer,
has appeared on numerous national syndicated television shows as
Dance Outdoors, Fishing
With Roland Martin, Billy Westmorland's
Diary, Fishing With Orlando Wilson, Tht In-Fisherman Network,
American Hunting & Fishing Show And The Nashville
Steve is a National Crappie Fishing Champion, having won the title
with fishing pal
Jim Perry, over America's best anglers in 1996 at
Crappiethon Classic on Chickamauga Lake.
The 46-year old outdoorsman makes his home is Paris, TN., with
his wife Linda and their two Labrador retrievers "Ace" and