Rain is coming for the holiday weekend. Captain Mickey finds out how that will effect fishing in your neck o the woods. And we’re only days away from the opening of dove season! Lots to cover in the great outdoors this morning.
Captain Bennie fishes solo this morning. He calls on local guides to give first hand reports from all around the Gulf. From fresh water and up and down the coast the pros help you catch your limits. Plus a few of the hunting guides call in to help you get your gear and hunting places ready.
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.
Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie get into detail about fishing along the Gulf Coast with local pro guides. Fish limits are back on the table. See if it effects the fish you target. Plus, the […]
Captain Mickey covers the coast from Venice to Port O’Connor with reports from the pros who have been catching a lot of fish this week. Plus we get an update on the upcoming hunting season from a few guides who are already getting reservations for teal, quail and dove season.
Captain Mickey up and at em on a rainy and wet, Van Halen Friday. Capt Mickey gets reports from Glenn Hammond, Tommy Alexander, Bob Green, Billie Kocian, and so many others. Mickey and guests talk […]
Captain Mickey up and at em on a Friday, he gets reports from Glenn Hammond, Tommy Alexander, Bob Green, Billie Kocian, and so many others. On the Show today Billie Kocian steps up on the […]
Captain Mickey up on a Thursday, he gets reports from Bill Watkins, the Fish Dude, Charlie Paradoski, Tex Bonin and so many more! On the Show today Bill Watkins shared he is healing well, Mickey […]
Facebook removed photos from Texas Tech cheerleader Kendall Jones’ account because they said she violated their terms of service.
More Than 40,000 Sign Petition To Get Texas Tech Cheerleader To Take Down African Hunting Photos On Facebook
A 19-year-old Texas Tech student is facing harsh criticism after posting photos on Facebook of animals that she has hunted in Africa.