Hawes Outdoors

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Hawes Outdoors with host Charles Hawes

Charles Hawes began his career as a freelance photographer for in his home state of West Virginia. A newspaper assignment for the St. Albans Community News resulted in assignments from other newspapers. Along with his father, who was a photojournalist, they photographed eleven US presidents, from Truman to George W Bush. Mr. Hawes continued his journalistic career as a freelance stringer for the Associated Press (AP). He covered everything from chemical fires to press conferences, most notably President Clinton’s visit to Charleston, West Virginia in 1993. Mr. Hawes continued his career as a stringer for WCHS TV8 in Charleston, West Virginia. Mr. Hawes is also an avid outdoorsman, and one day while sitting in a bar talking about some of his outdoor adventures friends, one friend suggested that he write a book about his many adventures, for which he has many off-the-wall stories to tell. The result was MisOutdoor Adventures, Mr. Africa, and Pink Beard the Pirate, which have all been published on Amazon. 

Mr. Hawes’ hobbies are hunting; fly fishing and woodworking, about which he writes articles for various publications. Mr. Hawes lives in Harlowton, Montana, in the United States of America.

Where to find Charles Hawes' Outdoor Adventures:

Noon Weekdays on Treasure State Radio

On the Angling Channel (Beginning May 2018)

Hawes Outdoors Episodes