A fly-tying workshop for adults will be held April 5 at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History.
Deadline to register for the event is March 28. There will be workshops for beginners, intermediates and advanced fly-tyers.
Cost of the workshop is $30 for museum members and $40 for non-members. Space is limited. For more information, call 325-1088.
FLY FISHING MEETING IN OKC
The Prairie Fly Fishers will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Camp DaKaNi, 3309 E. Hefner Road.
Tom Adams, general manager of Backwoods in Oklahoma City, will lead a group discussion on warm water fly fishing for bass and bluegill.
The meeting is open to the public.
DEER DOGGING VOTE SCHEDULED MARCH 24
A vote on banning dogs from the Three Rivers, Pine Creek and Honobia Wildlife Management areas in southeast Oklahoma is scheduled March 24.
The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission was scheduled to vote on the proposed rule at its regular March meeting earlier this month, but commissioners from southeast Oklahoma were unable to attend the meeting because of the weather.
As a result, a commission meeting on that issue has been set for March 24 in Oklahoma City.
It’s already illegal to hunt deer with dogs, but game wardens contend it would be easier to enforce the law if dogs were banned entirely from those wildlife management areas.
LAKE THUNDERBIRD BASS TOURNAMENTS TO BEGIN.
The Wednesday night bass tournaments on Lake Thunderbird will begin April 2 and run through Sept. 17.
Registration will be each Wednesday beginning at 4:30 p.m. at the Denver Corner Convenience store in Norman.
Fishing will start at 6 p.m., and boats will launch from the Hog Creek State Park boat ramp. Entry fees are $30 per team plus $5 for big bass. A one-time $5 membership fee also is required.
For more information, contact Jeff Ridgway at 830-1028 or at email@example.com.
WILDLIFE YOUTH CAMP ON LAKE TEXOMA
Applications will be accepted through April 18 for the 16th annual Wildlife Youth Camp on Lake Texoma.
The camp will be held June 22-27 and operated by employees from the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
The camp is designed for youth ages 14 to 16 who are interested in a career as a wildlife biologist, game warden or related fields. Applicants are required to submit an essay, and the camp is limited to 35 participants.
For more information or to apply, visit www.wildlifedepartment.com.
TROUT DERBY WINNERS FROM LAKE WATONGA
Jarad Reed of Oklahoma City was the big winner in the Watonga Trout Derby at Lake Watonga earlier this month, catching a tagged trout worth $300.
The big fish winners for each day of the three-day derby were Joseph Hines of Tuttle (3 pounds, 10 ounces), Jason McArthur of Edmond (3 pounds, 9 ounces), and Jeremy Brush of Foss (2 pounds). Each angler won $100.
The heaviest stringer in the derby was caught by Todd Castor of Beaver, 10 pounds, 11 ounces.