SHOWS Wednesday-Saturday: National Campground Owners...

Peter Baker's journal

December 06, 1992|By PETER BAKER

SHOWS Wednesday-Saturday: National Campground Owners Association Convention and Expo at the Sheraton-Washington Hotel, Washington.

FISHING

Dec. 15: General meeting of the Maryland Chapter of Trout Unlimited at Odd Fellows Hall above Set's Sport Shop in Towson at 7 p.m. Tackle and tying materials swap meet as well as appraisal of antique tackle.

HUNTING

Through Friday: Canada goose season, 1 per day.

Through Saturday: Firearms season for deer.

Through Jan. 30: Bow season for deer (Bow may be used during balance of firearms and muzzleloader seasons, but hunter orange must be worn).

Through Feb. 10: Snow goose season, 4 per day.

Tomorrow-Saturday: Woodcock season, 3 per day.

Saturday-Jan. 20: Canada goose season, two per day.

Dec. 15-Jan. 9: Duck season, three per day under proper guidelines.

Dec. 19-Jan. 2: Muzzleloader season for deer.

Dec. 21-26: Dove season, 12 per day.

BOATING

Thursday: Free seminar on Global Positioning Systems equipment at Boat/US Towson Marine Center, 7 p.m. Call (410) 296-0451.

HIKING

L Wednesday: MCM hike in Druid Hill Park. Call (410) 367-2230.

Wednesday: MCM hike along the Appalachian Trail in Maryland. Call (410) 486-1787.

Saturday: MCM hike in the Hereford area of Gunpowder Falls State Park. Call (410) 486-1787.

Sunday: MCM hike along the C&O Canal from Georgetown to Carderock. Call (410) 821-1988 or (410) 788-7755.

RTC (Items for the Outdoors Journal may be mailed to Outdoors Editor, The Baltimore Sun, 501 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. 21278-0001. Please include time, date and location of events to be listed as well as a short description of planned activities and a telephone number for more information. The Outdoors Journal is published each Sunday in The Sun. Please mail listings four weeks before the date of the event.)

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