It’s late January. Get your calendars out.
A special day to deliver immature people to a outdoors, a vital bass-fishing tournament, a giveaway hunter-education category and sailfish tournaments are among a outdoor events value deliberation in a subsequent dual weeks.
Here’s a list:
*This weekend (Jan. 28-29), a Florida Fish Wildlife Conservation Commission will offer a giveaway hunter-education march during a Everglades Youth Camp in a J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area in northern Palm Beach County. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Those who finish a created partial of a march online can attend usually on Sunday. Students learn about gun safety, wildlife identification, hunter ethics and get hands-on sharpened use during a gun range. It’s all free. Preregistration is required. Call (561) 625-5122 or register online during www.myfwc.com/huntersafety.
*On Saturday (Jan. 28), a Treasure Coast Astronomical Society will offer “tours” of a winter constellations during a Dupuis Management Area in western Martin County. The star-gazing eventuality is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. during a government area on State Road 76 west of Indiantown. (Address: 23500 S.W. Kanner Highway). Enter during Gate 5 and accommodate during a caller center.
*Also Saturday (Jan. 28), a Heath Evans Foundation is hosting a second annual Super Sailfish Bowl tournament. The eventuality raises income to assistance victims of passionate abuse. The opening price is $1,500 in a open multiplication and $750 in a pledge divison. The captain’s assembly starts during 6 p.m. Friday during Roxy’s Rooftop Bar in downtown West Palm Beach. For details, call (561) 373-5424 or go to www.heathevans.org.
*On Feb. 4, a Florida Sportsmen’s Conservation Association will reason a annual Outdoor Youth Day from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday during a J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area. That’s off Seminole Pratt-Whitney Road in northern Palm Beach County. Airboat and engulf cart rides, route hikes, archery, sharpened during a gun range, a frog-gigging contest, a petting zoo and cane-pole fishing will be offered. The opening price of $10 covers all activities. For details, go to www.fscai.com.
*Feb. 1-3: The Sailfish Open tournament, before formed during Duck Key in a Florida Keys, is entrance to Palm Beach County. Fishing will be Feb. 2-3 formed during Sailfish and Cannonsport marinas on Singer Island. For details, call (404) 787-3210 or go to www.worldfishingtour.com.
*Feb. 9-12: Touring drum pros from opposite a nation will fish on Lake Okeechobee during a Walmart FLW Tour drum competition formed in Clewiston. Weigh-ins, giveaway and open to a public, will start during 3 p.m. a initial dual days during Roland and Mary Anne Martin’s Marina in Clewiston. On a final dual days (Feb. 11-12), weigh-ins start during 4 p.m. during a Clewiston Walmart. For details, go to www.flwoutdoors.com.
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