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Recreation and outdoors calendar

Dee Tochterman, who has been teaching kids to fish for 25 years, says it's an activity that can bring together families and people from all walks of life. (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun)

3-D archery shoots

Through Sept. 1: Tuesday shoots will be held from 5 p.m. to dark at Vingt Neuf Bowmen, Maryland State Game & Fish Protective Association, 8735 Honeygo Blvd., Perry Hall.

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Choptank sailing

Saturdays until Oct. 31: Two-hour sails on the Nathan of Dorchester, a traditional Chesapeake Bay skipjack, will be offered on the Choptank River on Saturdays except July 4, Aug. 15, Sept. 26 and Oct. 3. Depart from Long Wharf in Cambridge at 1 p.m. Each sail is unique, depending on wind, weather, captain and crew.On most outings, the crew will demonstrate oyster dredging. Information: skipjacknathan.org or 410-228-7141.

Light-tackle talk

Tuesday, June 9: "Walleye" Pete Dahlberg will share tips and tactics to increase your light-tackle success at a meeting of the Northwest Chapter of the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association. The session will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Patapsco Council No. 1960 Knights of Columbus Hall at 1010 Frederick Road, Catonsville. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. Use the Beaumont Avenue (side) entrance. Admission to the meeting is free. Visitors are welcome. Information: Contact Mark DeHoff at mcdehoff@netzero.com.

Kent Narrows tourney

Saturday, June 13: The 12th annual Bass Pro Shop-CCA Kent Narrows Light Tackle & Fly Catch and Release Tournament will have fly, light tackle and kayak divisions with fishing from the Sassafras River to Cedar Point. The registration fee is $50 per angler. A captains meeting to review rules, distribute rulers and pass out tournament shirts will be held Thursday, June 11, at 5 p.m. at Shore Tackle, 3100 Main St., Grasonville. Information: ccamd.org, call Tony Friedrich at 202-744-5013, or email him at tony@ccamd.org.

Choptank sailing

Next Sunday, June 14: Enjoy a one-hour sail on the Nathan of Dorchester, a traditional Chesapeake Bay skipjack, on the Choptank River. Depart from Long Wharf in Cambridge at 1 p.m. Each sail is unique depending on wind, weather, captain and crew. For more information, go to skipjack-nathan.org or call 410-228-7141.

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Choptank sailing

July 12: Enjoy a one-hour sail on Nathan of Dorchester, a traditional Chesapeake Bay skipjack, on the Choptank River. Depart from Long Wharf, Cambridge, at 1 p.m. Each sail is unique depending on wind, weather, captain and crew. Information: skipjack-nathan.org and 410-228-7141.

Appalachian Trail

Saturday, July 18: Section 2 of a traverse of the Appalachian Trail in Maryland in five monthly sections. Starting at 10:30 a.m., hike 10 miles from Maryland Route 77 to U.S. Route 40 with the D.C. Chapter of the Appalachian Mountain Club. Details: amc-dc.org (click: "Chapter Activities") or 410-263-1844.

Appalachian Trail

Sunday, Aug.9: Section 3 of a traverse of the Appalachian Trail in Maryland in five monthly sections. Starting at 10:30 a.m., hike6 miles fromU.S. Route 40to Fox Gap with the D.C. Chapter of the Appalachian Mountain Club. Details: amc-dc.org (click: "Chapter Activities") or 410-263-1844.

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Choptank sailing

Sept. 13: Enjoy a one-hour sail on Nathan of Dorchester, a traditional Chesapeake Bay skipjack, on the Choptank River. Depart from Long Wharf, Cambridge, at 1 p.m. Each sail is unique depending on wind, weather, captain and crew. Information: skipjack-nathan.org and 410-228-7141.

Red Trout tournament

Sept. 18-20: The Huk Performance Fishing-CCA Red Trout Catch & Release Tournament will be hosted by Somers Cove Marina in Crisfield. The Coastal Conservation Association Maryland event attracts light tackle, fly and kayak anglers, and this year a live bait category has been added. The tournament promotes sustainable, catch-and-release fishing methods in which anglers photograph their catch for digital submittals in lieu of a weigh-in. The Red Trout tournament was founded in 2013 to draw attention to the value of redfish and speckled trout that have been making a comeback in the Chesapeake Bay the past four years. For more information, go to Information: ccamd.org or call tournament coordinator Rick Elyar, 410-977-3782.

Appalachian Trail

Saturday, Sept.19: Section 4 of a traverse of the Appalachian Trail in Maryland in five monthly sections. Starting at 10 a.m., hike6.5 miles fromFox Gap to Gathland State Park with the D.C. Chapter of the Appalachian Mountain Club. Details: amc-dc.org (click: "Chapter Activities") or 410-263-1844.

Appalachian Trail

Sunday, Oct.18: Section 5 of a traverse of the Appalachian Trail in Maryland in five monthly sections. Starting at 10 a.m., hike10 miles fromGathland State Park to Harpers Ferry, W.Va., with the D.C. Chapter of the Appalachian Mountain Club. Details: amc-dc.org (click: "Chapter Activities") or 410-263-1844.

Choptank sailing

Oct. 25: Enjoy a one-hour sail on Nathan of Dorchester, a traditional Chesapeake Bay skipjack, on the Choptank River. Depart from Long Wharf, Cambridge, at 1 p.m. Each sail is unique depending on wind, weather, captain and crew. Information: skipjack-nathan.org and 410-228-7141.

For more outdoors calendar listings, go to baltimoresun.com/outdoors.

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