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Outdoors events calendar for 04.24.14

Friday: Dogwood Oyster Roast and Sportsman Banquet, 6 p.m., Statesville Civic Center, 301 S. Center St. Benefits Ducks Unlimited. Tickets: $40 single, $60 couples. Information: Bill Long, 828-320-4920 or Kenny Peschock , 704-902-4799.

Saturday: Carolina Team Trail Bass Tournament, Lake Wateree. Based at Clearwater Cove. Entry fee $160 per two-person team or $170 at ramp morning of event. Information: 803-413-7521 or cattrail1@gmail.com.

Saturday: State championships, N.C. Youth Hunter Education Skills Tournament, Ellerbe (Camp Millstone). Information: 919-707-0031.

May 2-3: Sixth Annual Georgetown Meatfish Slam, Georgetown (S.C.) Landing Marina. Competition for dolphin, tuna, wahoo. Entry fee $150 per species. Boats may depart from Charleston, Georgetown or Murrells Inlet. Information: John Horton, 843-546-1776 or jhorton@georgetownlandingmarina.com; Angie Kohl, 843-546-5857.

May 10: NC CATS catfishing tournament, Lake Norman, Pinnacle Access Area on N.C. 150. Entry fee $40 per boat. Information: theolfatcat@aol.com or Omar Edwards, 828-312-4486.

May 10: Carolinas Bass Challenge Tournament, Lake Hartwell. Based at Portman Shoals. Entry fee $200 per two-person team. Information: 864-269-6200 or info@palmettoboats.com.

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