Open Line Fun Sunday wi8th Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie gives you a chance to call in with stories and questions on anything outdoor related. This morning Captain Mickey explained those darn southwest winds, they talked the perfect boat, boat motors and fishing guides.
Open line fun Sunday gives you the chance to tell your fish stories and ask the Captain questions about anything outdoor related. Lots of beach fishing this weekend, getting ready for hunting season and a discussion on crime at the boat docks are a couple topics.
You will learn a lot on Open Line Fun Sunday. From motor care and boat cleaning to rods and reels and there’s always a few big fish stories and laughs. Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie take your calls on anything outdoor related.
The Captains open the phone lines to talk about all things interesting to folks who love the outdoors. Boats, surf, John Wayne and snotcycles.
Open line Fun Sunday Father’s Day edition! The Captains cover boat upgrades, beer butt chicken, fish limits and tale tail fishing stories.
The winds have died down and now it’s nearly dead calm on the water. This effects fishing and the Captains talk to the pros on both fresh and salt water to get the latest reports and advice on making the most of your outdoor adventure this Easter weekend.
You’d think we’d all have blown away by now. The winds are still strong and shifting northerly over the weekend. Yes, that is effecting the fishing. Captain Mickey gets the pros around the area to give you an eye witness account of fishing around the area with those winds.
Goats on ropes, space aliens, Ides of March and, oh yeah, lots of fishing news from the pros. It’s another entertaining and informative morning with captain Mickey and Captain Bennie and the pro guides they trust.
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.
Nouadhibou is an African sea town, whose shores serve as the final resting place for more than 300 ships. The rusted hulks that litter its coastal waters are considered an eyesore by many (go figure), but they’ve brought some unexpected benefits to the local community as well.