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BANQUET March 23

What: 30th annual Lakeshore Trout Unlimited Conservation Banquet

When: March 23, doors open at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6:30 p.m.

Where: Club Bil-Mar

Cost: $25 per person

Synopsis: More than $10,000 in prizes will be given away through door prizes, raffles, auction and silent auction. Tickets are available at Club Bil-Mar in Manitowoc, Louie's Sporting Goods in Manitowoc, The Wharf in Sheboygan, Angler's Avenue in Sheboygan or any Trouts Unlimited member.

FISHING Feb. 22-24

What: Whitelaw Sportsman's Club 10th annual Statewide Ice Fishing Tournament

When: Register Feb. 22 from 5-9 p.m., weigh in prior to 5 p.m. on Feb. 23 and 3 p.m. on Feb. 24

Where: Register at Whitelaw Sportsman's Club, Riverfront Liquor in Two Rivers, Popp's Harbor Town in Manitowoc, Sadler's Country Inn in Taus or 310 Mobil Mart in Manitowoc.

Cost: $5 entry fee with 100 percent payout, separate kids division and prizes require an additional $5 entry fee.

Synopsis: Fish being caught will be Northern, Walleye, Perch, Whitefish, Crappie, Blue Gill and Trout. A cribbage tournament will also be held at noon on Feb. 23. Food and beverages will be available while raffle tickets will be available from club members.

Contact: Tom Gintner at 920-732-3613 or Don Dietrich at 920-732-3481.

March 2-3

What: Clarks Mills Sportsmans Club 5th Annual Statewide Ice Fishing Tournament

When: March 2 with weigh-in prior to 7 p.m. and on March 3 with weigh-ins at 3 p.m.

Where: Register at Popp's Harbor Town or Mobil 310 Mart in Manitowoc, Marsh Inn in Collins, Stadlers Country Inn in Taus or River Front Liquor in Two Rivers. Weigh-ins at Clarks Mills Sportsmans Club.

Cost: $5 entry fee with 100 percent payout, separate kids division and prizes requires an additional $5 entry fee.

Synopsis: Fish being caught will be Northern, Walleye, Perch, Crappies, Blue gills, White fish and Trout

Contact: For more information, contact Tyler Kiel at 920-323-4343

February-March

What: Two Rivers Parks and Recreation Department Kayak Intro class

Where: Two Rivers High School pool, 4519 Lincoln Ave.

When: Mondays 6:30-9 p.m. from Feb. 11-March 4

Cost: $80 for residents, $90 for non-residents

Contact: Two Rivers Parks and Recreation, 920-793-5592

Synopsis: Conducted by North East Wisconsin Paddlers, Inc., and the Two Rivers Parks and Recreation Department, the classes will cover the basics of kayaking. Topics include paddle strokes and technique, wet exit, safety equipment and skills, and boat control concepts and skills. Participants must be comfortable with having their heads submerged and must be able to enter and exit a kayak on land unassisted. The classes are available for anyone 12 and older while those 12-15 years old must have a parent or legal guardian present during pool time. Advance registration is required and all kayaks and related gear will be provided for the class.

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