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Outdoors events calendar for May 1, 2014

Saturday: Bass tournament benefiting the family of fallen U.S. Forest Service officer Jason Crisp, Lake James. Based at Black Bear Landing. Entry fee is $60 for a two-person team. Raffle prizes, etc. Sponsored by Foothills Marine of Morganton. Information: 828-439-9022.

Saturday: 40th Wooden Boat Show, N.C. Maritime Museum, at the Beaufort waterfront and Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center. Free admission. Information: ncmaritimemuseum.org.

Saturday-Sunday: 6th Georgetown Meatfish Slam at Landing Marina in Georgetown, S.C. Tournament competition for dolphin, tuna and 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 catfish tournament, Lake Norman, Pinnacle Access Area on N.C. 150. Entry fee is $40 per boat. Information: theolfatcat@aol.com or Omar Edwards 828-312-4486.

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

May 10-17: Far Out Shootout, offshore tournament for dolphin, tuna and wahoo, Ocean Isle Fishing Center. Entrants fish one of the eight days. Entry fee $300 per boat by May 9, $350 May 16-17. Information: oifc.com.

May 17: Carolinas Bass Challenge tournament, Lake Hickory. Based at Wittenburg Landing. Entry fee is $200 per two-person team. Information: 828-439-9022.

May 31: Carolina Anglers Team Trail bass tournament for S.C. championship, Lake Wateree, S.C. Winner’s purse of $5,000. Entry fee is $160 per two-person team in advance, $170 the morning of the event. Information: cattrail@gmail.com or 803-413-7521.

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