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Outdoors calendar

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times,
published June 17, 2001


WEDNESDAY: Tampa Bay Fly Fishing Club meeting, Tampa Palms, 866-8682.

JUNE 29-30: Tenth annual Scot Brantley and Debbie Boggs Celebrity Tournament, Kingfish Wharf, Treasure Island, 363-0071.


TUESDAY: Snook and redfish with Brian Slattery, Boater's World, Bradenton, (941) 747-8339.

WEDNESDAY: Net throwing with Al Fernandez, Minnows and Monsters Tackle, Tampa, (813) 835-1512.

WEDNESDAY: Ladies Let's Go Fishing monthly meeting, Rodbender's Bayside, Tampa, (813) 902-8849.

THURSDAY: Snook and redfish, Boater's World, Largo Mall, 584-8500.

THURSDAY: Cooking fish with Chris Sheets, Saltwater Fly Fisherman, Clearwater, 443-5000.

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

SATURDAY: Fly-casting, Bill Jackson's, St. Petersburg, 576-4169.

SATURDAY: Fly-casting, World Class Outfitters, (813) 968-3736.

SATURDAY: Fly-casting, Saltwater Fly Fisherman, 443-5000. JUNE 26: Fly-tying clinic, Clearwater, 443-5000.

JUNE 28: Tarpon fishing with Dan Brooks, West Marine, St. Petersburg, 327-0072.


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

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

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

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

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

FRIDAY: Friday race, Clearwater, 447-6000.

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

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

SATURDAY: Bay race, Tampa, (813) 645-8377.

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


DAILY: Boyd Hill Nature Park tram tour, 893-7326.

MONDAY-FRIDAY: Southwest Florida Marine Ecology course, Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, (941) 388-4441.

SATURDAY: Guided hike, Brooker Creek Preserve, 943-4003.

SUNDAY: Bicycle ride, Pinellas Trail, Taylor Park to Curlew, Suncoast Sierra Club, 392-2821.

Important numbers

LAW ENFORCEMENT, SEARCH AND RESCUE: U.S. Coast Guard Search and Rescue: 824-7506; Group Public Affairs St. Petersburg: 824-7564; Station St. Petersburg: 824-7654; Air Station Clearwater: 535-1437; Station Sand Key: 596-8540; Station Cortez: (941) 794-1607; Station Yankee: (352) 447-6900; USCG monitors VHF channel 16 for distress.

-- Send information to Outdoors, P.O. Box 1121, St. Petersburg, FL 33731. All items must be typed and arrive 10 days before the event. Include event name, time, address and phone number.

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