Open Line Fun Sunday with Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie! Callers ask the pros questions concerning all aspects of fishing.
Open line fun Sunday gives you a chance to ask the Captains all your questions about hunting and fishing. Trolling motors, stock ponds, Christmas Bay and a few good stories are all part of the podcast today.
Another weekend is here and more rain is on the way. The Captains call guides around the area to see how recent rains are effecting fishing and how more rain will effect it next week.
The strong winds will be effecting fishing for the next week or more. They really will take a toll on your fishing fun. See how to avoid disaster on the boat or on the shore this weekend with advice from the pro guides and Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie.
There’s fish out there but they are getting some help from Mother Nature to not make it to your live well. The Captains and their pro guides try to help you fool Mother Nature and get your limits. Plus, it’s wade fishing time and the Captains have lots of great advice on waders.
Tide runners, big trout, warmer water, wade fishing – it’s gonna start getting good out on the water! Get the latest pro reports from around the region with Captain Mickey and the Early Morning Sickos!
Happy Easter! The Outdoor Show hops down the bunny trail with open Line Fun Sunday. Captain Mickey and Captain Bennie take your calls on everything outdoor relayed. From 50 caliber air rifles to your favorite lures, see what’s in your outdoor Easter basket this morning.
You’d think we’d all have blown away by now. The winds are still strong and shifting northerly over the weekend. Yes, that is effecting the fishing. Captain Mickey gets the pros around the area to give you an eye witness account of fishing around the area with those winds.
Getting you ready for another weekend of outdoor fishing and fun, Captain Mickey calls on the pros in the area for the latest fishing reports.
Flesh eating bacteria! Yeah, it’s scary but it can be avoided. The Captains talk about that with the pros from lake Conroe. And of course there are happier reports from all around the Gulf Coast on where the fish are biting and how you can catch them.