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 6 years; at CBS Radio since 1990.
How long in radio business: Thirty-three (Holy cow!)
Coolest person at SR610: Captain Mickey Eastman
What you love about Houston: After 23 years here I still find something I haven’t done before or someplace I’ve never been.
Favorite four-letter word: Uhuh
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, Skeeters and a non-bandwagon loving’ Chiefs fan!
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.
Final day of the fishing show at the George R Brown. Many of the regular pros that call in with fishing reports still give us the latest from their neck of the woods. But a lot are at the show and call in to discuss their specials and best finds for new tackle and gadgets at the show.
The Captains talk more about the great deals and new ideas they are finding at the Houston Fishing Show at the George R Brown. There’s also reports about fish patterns, water temps and other helpful info from the pros around the area.
It’s Fishing Show weekend. Along with the usual fishing reports from around the region Captain Mickey gives you an update on the latest tackle and fishing news from the big event. Capt Billie Kocian joins Mickey in studio this morning to discuss their fishing show seminars and what they have seen so far at the George R Brown.
Captain Mickey is joined in studio by Will Kirkpatrick this morning. Will stops in every year during the fishing show to discuss the latest tackle and news from the show. We also call local pro guides around the region for fishing reports and water information.
Seems the early morning sickos are all going shopping at the Fishing Show this week. Open Line Fun Sunday has listeners asking all kinds of tackle questions to the captains. What rod, reel and line should you buy for the best fishing experience possible? Find out here.
Flesh eating bacteria! Yeah, it’s scary but it can be avoided. The Captains talk about that with the pros from lake Conroe. And of course there are happier reports from all around the Gulf Coast on where the fish are biting and how you can catch them.
A beautiful weekend is in store and Captain Mickey has the latest reports from pros around the region to make sure your outing successful. Where the fish are biting and what they are biting on…the answers are here on the Outdoor Show. Oh and be sure to listen this weekend for Fishing Show tickets!!
The weather is doing a roller coaster thing for the next few days – rain, sun, wind, cold, warm. See how that is and will effect the fishing over the weekend. Captain Mickey talks to pros around the region getting the latest details about the great outdoors.
Open Line Fun Sunday gives all the early morning sickos a chance to get their outdoor questions answered by the pros. Classic boats, seasickness, littering and some detailed advice on leader and knots.
A beautiful weekend is in store and Captain Mickey has the latest reports from pros around the region to make sure your outing successful. Where the fish are biting and what they are biting on…the answers are here on the Outdoor Show. Plus there’s some good advice on line disposal and crab trap removal.