Outdoors: Calendar, May 30-June 12
SAN ANTONIO — Operation Game Thief: Austin Area Clay Stoppers Shootout, a sporting clays shoot to raise money for the game violation program and support families of game wardens killed in the line of duty, Texas Disposal Systems Exotic Game Ranch, 11508 Carl Road in Creedmoor, FM 1327 south of Austin. 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Four-shooter team, $1,000. Individual shooter, $250. Click on ogttx.com.
Kayak Angler Tournament Series: Choke Canyon is the next location in Texas’ largest freshwater kayak bass angling tournament. fishkats.com.
Garner State Park: Interpretative nature hike with more than 10 miles of trails to explore, 9 a.m.-noon. Meet at pavilion. Email email@example.com or call 830-232-6132.
Southside Lions Park: Texas Parks & Wildlife Department stocking of channel catfish at the Neighborhood Fishin’ program lake at Hiawatha Street off Pecan Valley Drive. Stockings every two weeks through fall, except for August. tpwd.state.tx.us and search for “neighborhood fishing.”
San Antonio Audubon Society: Texas Parks & Wildlife Department urban wildlife biologist Judit Green will speak on conservation issues at the monthly meeting, 7 p.m., The First Tee, 915 E. Mulberry Ave. Nonmembers welcome. Call 210-308-6788 or visit saaudubon.org.
Miller’s Pond: Texas Parks & Wildlife Department stocking of channel catfish at the Neighborhood Fishin’ program lake at 6075 Old Pearsall Road. Stockings every two weeks through fall, except August. tpwd.state.tx.us, search for “neighborhood fishing.”
Texas Deer Association: Fourth annual Brush to Bay Invitational Fishing Tournament, Bluff’s Landing Marina & Lodge, Corpus Christi. Guided and unguided divisions. $100,000 in prizes and awards. Click on brushtobay.com.
Texas Outdoor Family: Hands-on basics of camping for those with little or no experience with tent, gear provided, Blanco State Park. $85 for family of up to six. Call 512-389-8903 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friends of Government Canyon SNA: Guided hikes and bike rides in celebration of the American Hiking Society‘s 22nd annual National Trails Day. RSVP required and accepted until noon June 6. 12861 Galm Road,
8 a.m.-noon. Entrance fee. Click on friendsofgc.org.
Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center: Celebration of National Fishing and Boating Week with free admission for children 12 and younger and free fishing for the family, catfishing tournament and free hot dogs, chips and drinks 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the center in Athens. Click on tpwd.state.tx.us/tffc or call 903-676-2277.
South Texas Pistoleros: Monthly match of the cowboy action shooting club, 8 a.m., Cowboy Action Shooting Range at A Place To Shoot, 13250 Pleasanton Road. Nonmembers welcome. Call 210-661-3550 or 210-628-1888, or visit aplacetoshoot.com.
Alamo City Rivermen Canoe Club: Monthly meeting, 6:30 p.m., Hungry Horse Restaurant, 12333 West Ave. Nonmembers welcome. Call Randy Hohlaus, 210-493-7058, or visit
Texas Council of the International Federation of Fly Fishers: Inaugural Texas Fly Fishing Expo. Civic Convention Center and various casting and water locations around New Braunfels. Click on txflyfishexpo.com.