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June: Outdoors calendar

7 Guided hike at Weedon Island Preserve, (727) 453-6500.

12 East Coast Trolling “Funament” captains' meeting at Pirates Cove Marina in Stuart, (813) 935-3293.

14 Clam Bayou restoration project in St. Petersburg from 9 a.m. to noon, (727) 552-2281.

18 U.S. Power Squadron's Paddle Smart seminar at the St. Petersburg Sailing Center, (813) 909-0009.

18 Full moon.

20 Pete Turner Memorial Fishing Tournament in Palmetto, (941) 720-1415 or (941) 518-1055.

21 First day of summer.

21 Saltwater Angler magazine mackerel tournament out of Tampa, www.saltwateranglermag.com.

26 Old Salt Ladies fishing tournament captains' meeting, (727) 497-1060.

30 The last day bay scallop season is closed.

June: Outdoors calendar 06/05/08 [Last modified: Thursday, June 5, 2008 4:30am]
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