Outdoor Show: Sat Jan 3Foggy, cold, rainy and windy. Not good fishing weather but the hunting is picking up and black powder season starts Monday. And you can always go to the Boat Show!
Outdoor Show: Sat Dec 6It'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!
Outdoor Show: Sat Nov 15Heading to hunt in the National Forest means additional credentials. Get the info on this and how the cold weather is effecting the fishing. Depending on where in the area you are fishing you'll be ready for anything. Oh and tips for staying warm in the deer stand or boat this cold spell.
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Outdoor Show: Thurs Mar 20Welcome to Spring! Captain Mickey gets in touch with pro guides around the area to see if the new season will make fishing any different for you this weekend. The drum run, bluebonnets, bad weather gear and a little bit about Leslie T's outdoor passion - bird watching!
Outdoor Show: Fri Dec 27Kids are still out of school and Captain Bennie says that's a good time to get the kids into the great outdoors. Fishing, hunting or just in the yard...don't miss a chance to make the most of the holiday break along the Gulf Coast!
Outdoors Show: Friday July 26Captain Mickey is here on a ZZ Top Friday to bring you the best live fishing reports and advice with fellow professional anglers and guides from around the gulf coast area.
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Drought In Texas Causes Twist Of Bird MigrationStrange things are aloft in the bird world. Endangered whooping cranes flew 2,500 miles from Canadato Texas, where they usually spend the whole winter. Instead, they pecked around for a short time and flew back. In Nebraska, other cranes never left.
Outdoors Show: Jan. 05, Thursday
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Outdoors Show: Sat Nov 12Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie talk hunting and fishing! What a great time of year for outdoorsmen. Get regulation info from the pros. Plus there's a few duck jokes!