With a possible tropical storm coming our way this week the early morning sickos are out with their storm stories. The Captains talk fishing, weather patterns and all things outdoors on the Sports Radio 610 Outdoor Show.
Tragedies like the Moore, Oklahoma tornado are teaching emergency planners about better ways to protect kids during storms.
President Barack Obama has ordered federal aid to help state and local recovery efforts in areas of Central Texas hit with severe storms and flooding in late October.
Thousands of homes and businesses in the Houston area have lost power during storms that brought down part of the awning at a gas station.
New research indicates that Earth could see as much as ten times the amount of hurricane storm surges in the future – surges on par with the one experienced after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans – if global warming persists.
Overnight storms that rolled through parts of Texas have left several thousand people without electricity and caused some travel delays.
As a strong storm makes its way across the central U.S. Thursday, severe storms could develop across the Houston area.
Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie talk to guides from around the area about the weather conditions for today and how they’ll effect your fishing. There’s some movie trivia and cleaning tips and lots of laughter as they share stories. Don’t forget Sunday you can call in with questions about anything outdoors too!
The Captains talk about the worst storms they’ve ever fished in with pros from around the Gulf Coast. They discuss what equipment you might need to survive in those storms if you get caught in them and more fishing tips and options for fishing folks on a rainy weekend.
Captain Mickey speaks with professionals about the storms that struck the Houston area on Wednesday 1/25; some areas touched on were Sabine Lake, Galveston, Port Aransas and Lake Buchanon. He also discusses his all time […]