Duck and deer hunting season opens this weekend. The front is effecting fishing and the time is about to change. Whew! Get the latest on outdoor reports from Captain Mickey and his pro guide buddies.
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.
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.
The Captains talk to pros around the region about wildlife movement and how you can tell the forecast by how the fish and other critters move. There’s first hand fishing reports from fresh and saltwater guides, poop jars and more bananas on the boat stories.
Cooler weather has arrived – for now – and Captain Mickey and the pros let you know how this front changed fishing in our area.
The front arrived just after midnight and the fishing will change with the change in the weather. Captain Mickey calls the pros to get their first hand reports. And of course we’re getting into hunting season and we get a few early reports on those birds!
Gun show weekend, oyster beds, braided line and hunting were all part of the show this morning. Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie get calls from pros around the area to make sure your fishing trip is successful this weekend.
Sunrise and sunset are beginning to shift to fall. The fishing changes with the sun and Captain Mickey talks to the pros around the area about how to change your fishing times to catch your limits.
Sure there’s always fishing but outdoorsmen (and women) are getting hyped for hunting season. This morning Captain Mickey touches all the bases on both state sports of Texas – hunting AND fishing!
Open line fun Sunday covers whatever topics the Outdoor Show sickos want to cover. New guns, the CCA tournament, hunting season regulations, crop manipulation, boats and of course a little fishing too!