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Outdoors calendar

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times,
published June 10, 2001


UPCOMING REGULATION: Crawfish (Spiny Lobster) opens Aug. 5..

UPCOMING: Tenth Annual Scot Brantley Celebrity Flats Tournament, June 30, fishing area is from the Cotee River to Longboat Pass, Treasure Island Charities, 363-0071.

UPCOMING: Miller's Marina Mega Money Tarpon Tournament, July 8-9, Miller's Marina, Boca Grande, (941) 964-8080.

UPCOMING: Boca Grande's World's Richest Tarpon Tournament, July 11-12, Boca Grande Pass, (941) 964-0568.

Seminars

TUESDAY: Fly-tying, Clearwater, 443-5000.

WEDNESDAY: Snook and cobia techniques with Dan Hicks, Holy Mackerel Tackle, Pinellas Park, 547-9889.

THURSDAY: Fishing cover, the Sports Authority, Tampa, (813) 632-9091.

THURSDAY: Snook and redfish with Steve Ingram, West Marine, St. Petersburg, 327-0072.

FRIDAY: Fly-tying, Bill Jackson's, St. Petersburg, 576-4169.

Boating

TUESDAY: Yachting calendar meeting, St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 822-3873.

TUESDAY: Safe-boating course, St. Petersburg, 898-8774.

WEDNESDAY: Boating skills and seamanship course, Tampa, (813) 835-4118.

THURSDAY: Safe-boating course with Capt. Bill, Clearwater, 410-8267.

THURSDAY: Safe-boating course, Madeira Beach, 587-7873.

THURSDAY: Safe-boating course, St. Pete Beach, 867-3088.

THURSDAY: Evening race, Davis Island, (813) 251-1158.

THURSDAY: Evening race, Treasure Island, 595-8206.

FRIDAY: Twilight race, St. Petersburg, 822-3873.

FRIDAY: Friday race, Clearwater, 447-6000.

SATURDAY: Free kayak demo, Sweetwaters Kayaks, Tierra Verde, 906-0708.

SATURDAY: BoaterED safety program, St. Petersburg Junior College, Allstate Center, St. Petersburg, 341-4451.

SATURDAY: Safe-boating course, Clearwater, 441-8775.

SATURDAY: Boat smart course, Apollo Beach, (813) 645-5168.

UPCOMING: Gulf Beaches Ocean Challenge, July 4, Treasure Island, Treasure Island Charities, 363-0071.

-- Send information to Outdoors, P.O. Box 1121, St. Petersburg, FL 33731.

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