Leslie T Travis
What I do for 610: I keep the Outdoor Show and weekend mornings running smoothly. You try keeping two Coast Guard Captains and two golfing enthusiasts in line for 4 hours every weekend! I finally have a reason to use that look my Mom used to give me when I acted squirrelly.
Birthday: Oct 6.
Hometown: Nevada MO
College: Cottey College, Nevada MO and Missouri State University, Springfield MO
How long at SportsRadio 610: At 610 for about 8 years; at CBS Radio since 1990.
How long in radio business: Thirty-five (Holy cow!) years!
Coolest person at SR610: Captain Mickey Eastman
What you love about Houston: After 24 years here I still find something I haven’t done before or someplace I’ve never been.
Stuff you do when not at Sports Radio 610?: Birding – love the Texas coast bird watching, the thrill of eBay selling, and road trips that involved Icees and beef jerky.
Experience: I’ve been doing this a long time. Starting in 1990 with KILT-FM I’ve hosted two of Houston’s top rated radio shows – Cryin Lovin and Leavin and The Texas Music Revolution. And now I’m enjoying something completely different on the other side of the mic.
Teams followed: Texans, Royals, Chiefs, Skeeters and Cy-Creek Cougars!!
Favorite sports experiences: When I was a kid I chased George Brett around Royals’ stadium to get his autograph. I got it and it’s framed and hangs in my bedroom. I got to sit in the dugout at an Astros game during a station promotion and that was VERY cool.
Sports played: Won the Missouri State Championship in softball when I played in college. Now it’s more like bowling once a month with my Godson.
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The end of duck season is here. You can still bag a squirrel or two. But guides are getting back into fishing mode. Catch the latest on fish patterns, bait, engine trouble, braided line, Mickey’s gumbo, water levels and more on Open Line Fun Sunday!
Last weekend of duck season and the guides give the last report of the year for hunters. There’s plenty of fishing for thee weekend though. Get up to the minute reports on weather, fish patterns and water conditions.
Yesterday’s big rain put a damper on fishing but the pros are heading back out today. See where they are fishing and how they plan to catch their limits with the higher water and colder weather. Captain Mickey calls the guides he trusts for the latest info.
Lightning strikes, static electricity, rain showers, bait and phone apps. It was quite the start to a bad weather weekend with Captain Mickey and the pros he trusts.
Open Line Fun Sunday! Oyster beds, big trout and boat ramp hilarity are just a few of the things Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie hit on this morning.
Guides are getting back out on the lake and catching some redfish and trout. Hunting season is winding down but the shot is still flying. Get the latest on everything outdoors with Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie.
The weekend is here and the weather is clearing. Whether it’s salt or fresh water fishing it’s finally time to get back out on the water. Captain Mickey gets the latest reports from fishing – and hunting – guides around the region.
The weather hasn’t been too good for fishing but the hunting continues. With deer, ducks, hogs and squirrels all in season Captain Mickey talks black powder and muzzle loading with some guides he trusts.
The Pimp Daddy, Captain Steve Coffee, pops by today to chunk some rods and tell some tales on Open Line Fun Sunday. Calls from listeners like you asking questions on antique rods, duck and swan hunting and all else outdoor related. And there’s a few big lies from Boat Show antics last night.
Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie are joined in studio by Will Kirkpatrick. The long time Sam Rayburn pro guide brings his years of fresh water experience to the show.