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Outdoors events calendar for 01.30.14

Saturday: NC-CATS catfishing tournament, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Lake Tillery. Based at Swift Island. theolfatcat@aol.com.

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

Feb. 7-8: Second Annual Fly Fishing Show, Benton Convention Center, Winston-Salem. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday, 9-5 Saturday. Admission $15 for one day, $25 for both. Youths and Boy Scouts in uniform free. flyfishingshow.com.

Feb. 8-9: 19th Annual East Carolina Wildlife Art and Decoy Carving Festival, Washington, N.C. Located at Civic Center and adjacent sites. Weekend passes $12. ecwguild.com or 800-999-3857.

Feb. 8: Annual benefit banquet, Concord Chapter of Ducks Unlimited, 5:30-10 p.m., Vintage Motor Club, 325 McGill Ave., Concord. Tickets are $45 adults, $25 17 and under. Ben Bishop, 704-995-4748.

Feb. 8: Carolina Bass Challenge tournament, Lake Murray. S.C. Division event based at Dreher Island State Park. Entry fee $200 per two-person team. al@carolinabasschallenge.com or 803-429-1784.

Feb. 15: Carolina Bass Challenge tournament, Lake Wylie. N.C. Division event based at Ebeneezer Park. Entry fee $200 per two-person team. info@foothillsmarine.com or 828-439-9022.

Feb. 28-March 2: 34th Annual Dixie Deer Classic, Jim Graham Building, State Fairgrounds, Raleigh. Event includes antler scoring. Sponsored by Wake County Wildlife Club. dixiedeerclassic.org.

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