From Redfish and cigar bars in South Carolina to Bone Fish and Lomi Lomi in Hawaii, I have been invited to visit a lot of cool places all around the world and have met many great people during three seasons of Charlie Moore: No Offense. I would really like to come into your hometown and have you show me what makes it a great destination to visit.
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Charlie Moore (born November 7, 1970 in Wakefield, Massachusetts), sometimes known as Charlie Moore the Mad Fisherman, is an American television sports personality. He is host of Charlie Moore: No Offense on the NBC Sports Network and Charlie Moore Outdoors on the New England Sports Network (NESN). From 2004 to 2010, Moore hosted ESPN’s Beat Charlie Moore, which was the sports network’s top-rated outdoors show. Moore is known for having a high-energy and humorous hosting style. The Orlando Sentinel wrote, “Moore, the brash, fast-talking Boston native, suddenly has become one of the country's most recognizable outdoorsmen.” Moore is the recipient of nine New England Emmy Awards for his work on Charlie Moore Outdoors. He is a member of the New England Sports Hall of Fame. In 2007, Moore was one of three celebrity sportsman anglers (along with former Boston Red Sox great Ted Williams and sports broadcaster Curt Gowdy) featured in the Sports Museum of New England’s exhibition “Gone Fishing: The Boston Sportsman.” In 2007, in honor of Moore, New England’s Brigham's Ice Cream introduced a new flavor, “Mad Fish Mud,” with proceeds benefiting HIV/AIDS programs at Children’s Hospital Boston. Moore’s memoir, The Mad Fisherman, was published in 2008 by St. Martin’s Press. The book chronicle’s Moore’s path from unemployment and near-poverty to celebrated host of two top-rated sports television programs. Kirkus Reviews wrote, “Moore’s madcap vibrancy and zest for outdoor life permeate this unpretentious chronicle.”
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Charlie Moore Outdoors is a half-hour reality television sports program that airs several times a week on the New England Sports Network. The show, which premiered in 1999, combines celebrity guests, skits, and fishing. Guests have included NHL hall-of-famer Bobby Orr, former Boston Red Sox pitcher Bill Lee, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, musician Ted Nugent and Batman TV actor Adam West. For his work on Charlie Moore Outdoors, Moore has won five New England Emmy Awards.
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