A good start to the month of August on the Outdoor Show with Captain Mickey and the man from Skeeter’s Auto Service, Skeeter himself. Just a laid back Saturday morning with these two and the usual suspects talking tides, fishing stories, and having good laughs.
Captain Mickey opens up this Friday edition with a visit to the Tri Bay area and Captain Glenn Hammond talking about reports of the trout biting in the Galveston Area. The topic of chemical spills threatening the future of our fish came up with Captain Steve Hoyland. The show wrapped up with Eric Valentino from Eagle Point Fishing Camp saying now is the perfect time for fishing with plenty of early bites to go around.
Captain Mickey spoke to everyone who knows everything about fishing this morning, down to a T. To email Leslie T at the Outdoor Show, click here. Follow Captain Mickey on Facebook. Here is the link […]
Captain Mickey rounded up the usual suspects this morning talking weather changes and the effects on the saltwater and freshwater fish. Also, how to protect your phone when you’re on the water.
Despite numerous reports of a reality TV show that is in the works for the upcoming Wedding between A.J. McCarron and Katherine Webb the publicist for both parties reported: “There is not actually a […]
[EDITOR’S NOTE: Ted Johnson won three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots and every week he’ll give us his takeaways from the week that was. Now you can hear him on the “Fred & […]
The GRAMMY Award-winning band Arcade Fire announced on Wednesday their “REFLEKTOR TOUR” and even added a Houston date! The “REFLEKTOR TOUR” is scheduled to begin on March 6, 2014 in Louisville, KY and Arcade Fire […]
As part of Texans Monday, Gary Kubiak joins J&R for his hourly weekly visit to discuss their upcoming game against the Browns.
It’s Sunday Fun Day with Capt. Mickey and Capt. Bennie. The guys throw in a discussion about snake-shooting.
Houston favorite home repair guy Tom Tynan takes on Houston heat, mold, A/C in the garage and roaches.