Because of his angling knowledge, Captain Jim Ross was hired by Florida Sportsman Magazine in 1997 as the host of their live weekly radio show covering the fishing action in the Orlando, Cocoa Beach and Daytona Beach areas along Central Florida’s East Coast. Jim hosted this fishing show called “Florida Sportsman Magazine Live” for 12 years.
Over that twelve-year period, Captain Jim helped to educate and influenced hundreds of thousands of anglers fishing the waters east of the Orlando area. Fishermen from Daytona Beach, Orlando, and Cocoa Beach listened each week to hear the latest fishing information on the Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, and surrounding waters.
In 2010, Captain Jim started his current radio show called “Catch A Memory Outdoors”. This new show transmits to anglers each week on WWBC 1510 am. This broadcast area usually covers the waters from the Mosquito Lagoon near New Smyrna southward to Ft.Pierce and westward into the Orlando area. Low power FM signals at 94.7, 99.9, and 100.7 FM can also be heard each week in Brevard County. Jim’s new show provides even more fishing, hunting, and conservation efforts for our coastal waters to its listeners, and is more reflective of the “complete “outdoor lifestyle of many of show’s listeners in Central Florida.
Catch a Memory Outdoors is a talk-formatted show which airs live each week on Saturday mornings from 7:00 to 9:00 am Thousands of anglers, hunters, and outdoor enthusiasts tune in to hear captain Jim, his co-hosts Rodney Sahr and Captain Justin Ross, and other special guests talk about fishing, hunting, and other outdoor adventures in Central Florida.
The “Catch A Memory Outdoors” radio show is also available each week on the live internet streaming feed on www.catchamemoryoutdoors.com. Fisherman and hunters who have smartphones can hear the show while on the water fishing or traveling outside of the radio shows broadcast area.
If you are not able to hear Captain Jim, his co-hosts and guests live each week on the various AM, FM, or streaming options, you can still find out where to go and what to use the next time you want to enjoy some time in the outdoors by checking out Podcasts of archived CAMO radio shows. These can be accessed on the Catch a Memory Outdoors radio show link above, then search through the “archive shows” tab.