If you go new rods or reels or maybe a boat and some new lures you need to know where to go to get your limit and break all that Christmas loot in! Captain Bennie and the pros he trusts can help.
Captain Bennie fishes with the pros from around the area again today. Great fishing in the tribay area. get the up to the minute reports on hunting and fishing from the pros her trusts.
What a jolly open Line Fun Sunday! Early Morning Sickos calling in with duck and fishing stories and reports, a few guides make their way on the show with the latest and we catch up with friends old and new.
Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie get the latest on the oyster wars with Captain Scott Hickman – our go to guy for new state regulations. There’s duck and deer hunting and lots of lure and weather talk with the pro guides the Captains trust.
Open Line Fun Sunday is one of our favorite days of the week. It gives you the chance to call in and talk anything outdoors! Get Captain Mickey’s backstrap recipe and lots of info on guns and rods.
The pro guides say the fresh water fish are scattered all over the lakes they fish. But the fishermen are plentiful and the fish aren’t always hungry. Clear water, duck calling and thieves! All that and more this morning on the Outdoor Show.
Open line fun Sunday gives you a chance to talk everything outdoor related with the Captains.
It’s still duck season in some parts of our listening area. Catch up with some pros still out hunting and get the latest on how great the fishing is right now. The Captains talk braided line, lures and where the fish are with pro guides around the area. Whether it’s river, salt or fresh water the fish are hungry!
Open line fun Sunday gives you a chance to ask the Captains all your questions about hunting and fishing. Trolling motors, stock ponds, Christmas Bay and a few good stories are all part of the podcast today.
Another front moving in this week, so the Captains get the latest info on current conditions both for salt and fresh water fishermen and a few hunting reports from around the state. Get out this weekend and enjoy the nice weather before the rain arrives.