The fish are hungry now, go catch some. The Captain gets the info from the pros around the area about how and where to catch them now. With so few fishermen hitting the water because of the cold weather the fish are ready for your lure and bait.
Everything from Captain Mickey’s gumbo recipe to gun cleaning and yappy dogs, it’s Open Line Fun Sunday on Sports Radio 610.
The weather is changing again this week and the cold and windy weather means the fishing will change. Captain Mickey gets details from the pros on how. Plus there’s talk on Spring fishing…which we are looking forward too after this cold winter and we go on a crane hunt with Will Granberry.
Kids 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!
Captain Mickey gets the latest information on tides, bait and fish patterns with the pro guides around the area. There’s also some talk about hunting of course. And if you re interested in the official meetings regarding fish limits and new regulations we have that this morning.
Captain Mickey says it’s hard fishing right now…but with a little finesse and the advice from the pros this morning you can still catch fish.
It was a fun show this morning with rats in the truck cabin, filling your tackle box and the weather is obviously playing a role in changing your duck blinds, deer hunting trips and fishing plans. But it’s not all lost. And there’s more discussion on size and limits on the fish you catch.
The boat ramp stories were numerous this morning on Open Line Fun Sunday! The Captains pass along some tips on boat ramp etiquette, which lures you need in your tackle box, fishing the full moon, an upcoming duck call seminar and there’s plenty of deer hunting discussion too.
Deer season is a week away and this morning there is a lot of talk about deer feeders, deer leases and hunting rifles. Captain Mickey also gets in touch with fishing pros around the region to discuss how the cooler weather is effecting water temps and fishing. Oh and details about the traveling Vietnam Memorial coming to Magnolia.
Trout, redfish, bass, mountain lions, pelicans and the yeti. It’s all fair game on the Outdoor Show this morning. Captain Mickey gets reports from all the pro guides in the area about where the fish are biting and what to use to catch them.