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Outdoors calendar

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times,
published September 9, 2001

THIS MONTH: Monthlong Snook Tournament, Hurricane Pass Anglers Club, Ozona, 785-3018.

MONDAY: West Coast Fly Fishing Club monthly meeting, St. Thomas Aquinas Church, New Port Richey, 856-8116.

TUESDAY: Old Salt Fishing Club monthly meeting with guest Doug Hemmer, American Legion Hall, Madeira Beach, 328-7699.

THURSDAY-SATURDAY: Old Salt Inshore Tournament, Bay Pines Marine, St. Petersburg, proceeds benefit Big Brothers, Big Sister, Old Salt Fishing Club, 397-9835.


TUESDAY: Fall flats with Dave Walker, Boater's World, De Soto Mall, Bradenton, (941) 747-8339.

WEDNESDAY: Fly-casting, women only, 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, Clearwater, 443-5000.


MONDAY: Safe-boating course, Clearwater Sail and Power Squadron Building, Clearwater, 441-8775

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

WEDNESDAY: Safe-boating course, Clearwater Sail and Power Squadron Building, Clearwater, 441-8775.

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

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

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

THURSDAY-SUNDAY: Tampa Boat Show, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, (305) 535-1760.

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

SATURDAY: Discover sailing, Clearwater Community Center, Clearwater, session consists of four Saturdays, 462-6368.

SATURDAY: Outrigger race, Fort De Soto, St. Petersburg, Florida Competition Paddlers Association, 823-8000.

SATURDAY-SUNDAY: Neubauer Regatta, Treasure Island Tennis and Yacht Club, Treasure Island, launches out of the Admiral Farragut Sailing Center, 367-4511.

SATURDAY-SUNDAY: Keelboat races, Davis Islands, Tampa, (813) 251-1158.


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

TUESDAY: Natural History Speaker Series, Boyd Hill Nature Park, Oak Hall, 893-7326.

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

SATURDAY: Weedon Island Preserve Guided Walk, 3 miles, reservations required, 217-7208.

SATURDAY: Coastal cleanup, Bonita Beach, Florida Trail Association, joins the Florida Statewide Coastal Cleanup, (941) 495-7644.

SATURDAY: Sea Critters education course, Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, participants must register by Thursday, (941) 388-4441.

-- 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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