The Outdoor Show
Fishing and boat care…two topics the Captains discuss in detail with the pros this morning.
Redfish everywhere! And the pros are telling you how to catch them and more. Salt and fresh water guides have specific details on when and how to catch your limit.
Open Line Fun Sunday with the Captains and the Early Morning Sickos! It’s your chance every week to call in and talk about anything outdoor related…boat motors, bow hunting, redfish, rabbits and losing your leg […]
Final day of the fishing show at the George R Brown. Many of the regular pros that call in with fishing reports still give us the latest from their neck of the woods. But a lot are at the show and call in to discuss their specials and best finds for new tackle and gadgets at the show.
A beautiful weekend is in store and Captain Mickey has the latest reports from pros around the region to make sure your outing successful. Where the fish are biting and what they are biting on…the answers are here on the Outdoor Show. Plus there’s some good advice on line disposal and crab trap removal.
Beautiful Springlike weather has made the fishing a lot better. Captain Mickey talks about warmer water, hungry fish and other outdoor stuff with the pros he trusts from around the region.
Open Line Fun Sunday is finally here. The Captains take your questions about all things outdoor related – from fishing to ammo to hog hunting with monkeys. Yes, monkeys.
It’s a beautiful weekend and the fish are hungry. Get the latest fresh and saltwater fish reports from the pro guides the Captains trust this morning on the Outdoor Show.
You may think it’s too cold to fish but the trout seem to be biting. Big trout. The Captains talk to pro anglers around the area about where. There’s also some late season hunting reports from the Texas Gulf Coast guides.
Learn something about the great outdoors on each Outdoor Show. This morning besides the usual reports from pros around the area on the water, fish and weather Captain Mickey goes over how TPW designates fish as sports fish and goes over the TPW fish limits again.