This week, it’s all about reflecting. We wrap up the first season with this episode, but not before taking a look back at the 65-year history of TWRA, dusting off Erick’s old hunting bow and learning a warming story of a Nashville staple – Prince’s Hot Chicken. Last but not least, Erick reflects on the fun he’s had on the first season of Tennessee Uncharted.
This week is all about stepping out of your comfort zone. The crew heads to the beautiful Cumberland Plateau where they take their experiences to new heights while rock climbing, zip lining, learning about Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, wildlife management and fried bologna.
This week, Erick and the crew head to the Paris (Tennessee, not France) to explore how the sport of hunting can help sustain animal populations and natural resources, provide food for our less fortunate neighbors, and instill work ethic and teambuilding skills in youngsters.
This week on Tennessee Uncharted, host Erick Baker heads to his hometown of Halls where he learns about everything from ducks to décor. The familiar faces and places prove there are big things happening in the small towns of Tennessee.
We're in West Tennessee this week learning about the dynamic history of the area surrounding Reelfoot Lake. We also fry up some frog legs and check on some deer.
This episode takes you to East Tennessee for a little trout and trail adventure.
A visit to the North Cumberland Mountains in East Tennessee provides up close and personal appearances by giant Elk, traditional basket weaving lessons, homemade biscuit making, and muddy adventures on ATVs.
This week, Erick and his friend Donnie Reis head down to the southeast corner of the state to meet some extraordinary people who have had their lives changed by the great outdoors.
This week, follow Erick and the crew to West Tennessee where they learn about preserving the Ghost River, dine on some famous barbecue and drink some brews for charity.
This episode, Erick and the Uncharted Crew learn about saving and sustaining native wildlife and how different groups of volunteers are working to revitalize Tennessee's quail population.
In this episode, the crew sets sail on a rolling river adventure near Sparta where they experience the flat water of the Caney Fork, meet the prehistoric fish of the Collins, and discover the culinary opportunities of the Calfkiller. To cap it off, Erick explores an unparalleled natural water feature with some world-renowned competitors that know it best.
This episode, Erick and the crew fly off to learn more about the popular hobby of birding and what passionate Tennesseans are doing to preserve, protect and restore bird populations across the state.
It’s survival mode for Erick and the Uncharted crew this week as they navigate the choppy waters that make up the Upper and Middle Ocoee river. The Upper Ocoee consists of the modified Olympic course, which was constructed for the 1996 Centennial Olympics, so it's anything but a relaxing joy ride...especially with camera and sound equipment in your raft!
On your mark! Lace up the racing shoes and pace yourself alongside host Erick Baker as he, literally, runs into the unknown. He’s competing in the Rev3 Adventure, a race also known as “Knoxville Kicker," an incredible outdoor exploration, perfect for the novice and beginner adventure racer, with running, biking and paddling in teams.
The Uncharted crew head to Dandridge, TN, where our loud mouthed host, Erick Baker, faces off with the large mouth bass of Douglas Lake.
Class is in session for Erick and the Uncharted crew as they travel to Clarksville, TN to learn about the importance of passing down the legacy of the outdoors at the Tennessee Outdoor Youth Summit.