March 2014 - Outdoor Calendar
March 1st thru April 30th: Paddlefish Research Center Open
1-2: 32nd annual NatureWorks Art Show and Sale, proceeds benefit regional wildlife conservation projects, Tulsa Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center; www.natureworks.org.
1-2: Medicine Park Trout Festival - FREE! - http://www.medicinepark.com/TroutFest.php
8: The Fur takers of Oklahoma, Inc will be hosting their annual fur auction on March 8, 2014 at the Okmulgee County Fairgrounds. Click here for the auction flier.
11: Bluebird Seminar at Bass Pro in Broken Arrow - Bob Walshaw will present a hands-on Bluebird Seminar including how to deal with the killer house sparrows at Bass Pro Shops in Broken Arrow at 7 PM.This event is free, open to the public and door prizes will be awarded. The Bluebirds who gambled and stayed here through the winter will be starting to build their first nests. Bob will show you how to be ready for them. Contact 918-355-7600.
13: Crappie on the Fly
This month’s meeting of the Oklahoma Chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Tulsa Fly Fishers will be held Thursday, March 13th. We will meet at the HARDESTY REGIONAL LIBRARY, 8316 E. 93rd St. on the North side of the Creek Turnpike off Memorial Drive. Our speakers will be Terry and Roxanne Wilson from Bolivar Missouri. They have presented lectures on bluegill, largemouth and small mouth bass fishing in the past. This topic is based on their new book. Terry and his wife Roxanne have explored the life of the crappie and found many good things about a fish that hasn't got much respect in the past. Crappie are voracious feeders and strong fighters and you can fish for them year round. Listen in to hear about crappie behavior, habits, how to catch them and what flies to use.
They are regular contributors to The Flyfisher and staff writers for Outdoor Guide and Driftwood Outdoors. They are the authors of three other books, Bluegill Fly Fishing & Flies, Largemouth Bass Fly Fishing: Beyond the Basics, and Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing: A Practical Guide.
They are the creators of many warm water flies including “Bully’s Bluegill Spider.” Terry and Roxanne are affiliated with Whiting, Redington, Sage, and Rio. Terry is President of the Tri-Lakes Fly Fishers and both Wilsons serve on the board of Missouri Outdoor Communicators. Their newest flies can be seen at www.thebluegillpond.com
15: Hike to the Crinoidal Limestone Bluff at the J.T. Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve Headquarters - Participants will meet at the Nickel Preserve Headquarters. The group will carpool to Seven Springs Hollow. After reaching the parking destination the group will hike up the steep slope until we reach the limestone bluffs. The group will walk along a narrow path beneath the crinoidal limestone bluffs viewing the different fossils within the limestone layer. Large and small crinoids are imbedded throughout the layers. This hike is dangerous due to the steep terrain, loose footing, and narrow pathways.
Level: EXTREMELY Difficult - steep terrain, loose footing, and narrow pathways
Length: 1 mile
Limit: 6, must be 18 years of age.
Registration is required. Reserve your place now by emailing email@example.com.
29: Sooner Retriever Club Mock HT/FT With lunch and open meeting contact Bill Blochowiak for info Labske@aol.com