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Outdoors events calendar for 01.16.14

Through Jan. 25: Woodcock season in North Carolina.

Through Feb. 28: Gray squirrel, grouse and quail seasons in North Carolina.

Friday: Free fly-tying clinic, 9 a.m.-noon, Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education, Brevard. Information: 828-877-4423.

Saturday: NC-CATS catfishing tournament, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Lake Norman. Based at Pinnacle Access Area near the N.C. 150 Bridge. Entry fee $20 per boat. Information: theolfatcat@aol.com.

Feb. 1: NC-CATS fishing tournament, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Lake Tillery. Based at Swift Island Access Area. Entry fee $40 per boat. Information: Omar Edwards, theolfatcat@aol.com.

Feb. 8: Carolinas Bass Challenge fishing tournament, Lake Murray, S.C. Entry fee $200. Guaranteed winner’s prize of $8,000. Information: 864-269-6200 or info@palmettoboatcenter.com.

Feb. 15: Catawba Catfish Club fishing tournament, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Fishing Creek Reservoir near Great Falls, S.C. Entry fee $30 per angler, with up to four per boat. Based at U.S. 21 Access Area. Information: Marty Green, 803-372-1623 or martygarlits@yahoo.com.

Feb. 15: Carolinas Bass Challenge fishing tournament, Lake Wylie. Entry fee $200. Guaranteed winner’s prize of $8,000. Information: 828-439-9022 or info@foothillsmarine.com.

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