Nov. 29 Outdoors Calendar

Allen Broach, 6, with his first fish. He was fishing with his father Tommy A. Broach Jr., and now has caught more fish than his dad. Photo by Elaine Jackson.

Brandon Riley caught five bass that weighed 20.62 pounds, including the tournament’s big fish at 6.87 pounds, to win the Creekside Bassmasters’ November tournament fished out of Black’s Camp on the Santee Cooper lakes. Todd Smith was second with five bass that weighed 15.56 pounds and Chance Powell third with five fish that weighed 14.87 pounds.

Capt. Hunter Allen will lead a free seminar on sight fishing for reds at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Haddrell’s Point Mount Pleasant. Call 843-881-3644.

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 12-8 will hold a GPS for Mariners class from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday at Coast Guard Station Charleston located on Tradd Street. There is a $45 charge which includes a textbook. E-mail for information.

The final 2015 Cape Romain Refuge Bulls Island archery hunts for white-tailed deer will be held Dec. 7-12. On Dec. 6 the federal wildlife officer and refuge manager will conduct a meeting with archers to discuss refuge hunt regulations. Visit for a copy of the hunt permit. Permits also are available at the Refuge Headquarters Office and Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center, 5821 Hwy. 17 North, Awendaw, S.C. 29429 or call 843-928-3264.

The Charleston Angler By the Numbers Spot-Tail Tournament continues through Dec. 6. Call 843-571-3899 or 843-884-2095.

Tickets are now on sale for Garden & Gun’s third annual Jubilee, scheduled Dec. 4-6 at Charles Towne Landing State Park. The event features sporting, food, music, literature, lifestyle and art coverage, and among those who will participate is legendary angler Flip Pallot. Visit for tickets and information.

The Charleston Angler’s final Fly Fishing 201 School will be held Dec. 12. The cost is $75 for the class which runs from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and is limited to 10 participants. Call 843-571-3899 or 843-884-2095.

Items can be submitted by emailing, by faxing to 843-937-5579.

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