Open line fun Sunday gives outdoors folk a chance to call in and tell their hunting and fishing stories, guns and ammo, plus information on equipment and a duck calling contest.
The chilly, rainy weather hasn’t stopped the hunting and fishing. In fact we go LIVE inside the duck blind with two of our pro guides this morning. Captain Mickey and captain Bennie make sure you get the latest reports on both from pro guides around the area.
Wet, windy and cold. The Captains open the lines for all your outdoor related questions and stories on open Line Fun Sunday. There won’t be mush hunting or fishing today.
Open Line Fun Sunday with the Captains covers everything outdoors. Fish limits, fisheries, deer season, gumbo and burning the roux were just some of the topics we touched on.
Staying warm this time of year in the wet, colder weather was an early topic this morning. The Captains talk about waders and electric socks and a nip or two to keep away the nip! Plus some fishing reports because the weather is clearing today and the fish are biting.
Duck hunting, deer hunting and a report from our connection in Virginia. Skeeter Lothringer joined Captain Mickey in the studio today so there was a few car repair questions and extra tall tales today!
Hunters are out and getting the first weekend of deer season in. The weather couldn’t be better. But things are changing this week. Rain is coming. Captain Mickey and Captain bennie get the latest from the pros to make sure your trip to the water or the deer lease is successful.
Open line Fun Sunday gives you a chance to call in and tell your outdoor adventure stories, ask questions and still get the latest reports from pros around the area.
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Jarod Poffenberger was in the studio this morning with the Captains to talk about the proper way to field dress your wild game. Doing it right makes for the best results once you have it processed at the Bellville Meat Market or at your processing place.