Outdoors calendar for Sept. 15, 2013

TUESDAY

PUBLIC OYSTER SEED GROUND VESSEL PERMIT APPEALS BOARD MEETING: 10:30 A.M., SUITE 210, UNO ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CENTER, 2021 LAKESHORE DR., NEW ORLEANS. CALL TY LINDSEY (225) 765-2387.

OYSTER TASK FORCE MEETING: 1 P.M., SUITE 210, UNO ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CENTER, 2021 LAKESHORE DR., NEW ORLEANS.

WEDNESDAY

DUCKS UNLIMITED/OPELOUSAS SOIREE: 6 P.M., CIVIC CENTER, OPELOUSAS. TICKETS $50, $300 SPONSORS, $500 TABLES. CALL KEVIN DOUCET (337) 945-0288.

THURSDAY

DUCKS UNLIMITED/GUEYDAN BANQUET: 6 P.M., CIVIC CENTER, 901 WILKERSON ST., GUEYDAN. TICKETS $50, $500 TABLES, $300 SPONSOR. CALL KEVIN GAYLE (337) 288-6058 OR SCOTT HAIR (337) 247-4762.

THURSDAY-SATURDAY

FRIDAY-SUNDAY

SATURDAY

AROUND THE CORNER

SEPT. 28 — LOUISIANA HUNTING & FISHING DAY: 9 A.M.-3 P.M., WADDILL OUTDOORS EDUCATION CENTER, 4142 N. FLANNERY RD, BATON ROUGE. FREE. ALSO MINDEN, WOODWORTH, MONROE. KIDS FISHING, FLY CASTING, FLY TYING, SHOOTING, CANOEING, ARCHERY, BIRD WATCHING, GAME TAGGING, GAME COOKING, CONSERVATION ORGANIZATIONS. WEBSITE WWW.WLF.STATE.LA.US.

SEPT. 29 — CLEAN OUT YOUR FREEZER DAY: 1-4 P.M. LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT CAPITAL CITY AREA. FROZEN GAME AND FISH COLLECTION. SPONSORED BY HUNTERS FOR THE HUNGRY. BENEFITS GREATER BATON ROUGE FOOD BANK.

JUST ANNOUNCED

OCT. 3 — A WILD NIGHT: 6:30 P.M., LIVE OAK ARABIANS, 6300 JEFFERSON HWY., BATON ROUGE. TICKETS $200/COUPLE. DINNER FUNDRAISER FOR LOUISIANA WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES FOUNDATION. CALL LWFF (225) 765-5100.

OCT. 5 — ONE MAN CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE SPORTING CLAYS: RIVERSIDE SPORTING CLAYS, 52400 LA. 16, DENHAM SPRINGS. FEE $300/SHOOTER, $1,200/4-SHOOTER TEAMS. OTHER SPONSORSHIP LEVELS AVAILABLE. BENEFITS PROSTATE CANCER RESEARCH AT TULANE CANCER CENTER. CALL STEPHANIE GUEDRY (225) 955-1151. EMAIL: SGUEDRY@MIDGULFLLC.COM. WEBSITE: WWW.ONEMANSHOOT.COM.

HUNTING SEASONS

FISHERY NOTICES

east grand terre island, Bay jimmy, mississippi river delta closure: To commercial fishing, including crabs and shrimp, and to recreational fishing, except rod-and-reel take of finfish, until further notice after state biologists identified residual BP-Deepwater Horizon tar balls and tar mats.

Fall INSHORE SHRIMP SEASON: Open in all state inside waters.

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