Looking for something to do this weekend?
There are competitions in the Oklahoma City area for anglers, sporting clays enthusiasts and archers.
Big Catch Tournament
On Saturday, the 25th Annual Big Catch Fishing Tournament to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association will be held at Calypso Cove Marina at Lake Thunderbird.
The tournament gives away $5,000 in cash plus additional prizes. There will be six different fish categories, which will be judged by weight.
Breakfast and lunch will be available for purchase and there are lots of door prizes given away.
Wednesday is the last day for early bird registration. Participants can pick up registration forms at any metro area 7-Eleven Store or by calling the MDA office at (405) 722-8001.
Registrations by Wednesday includes a free Big Catch Fishing Tournament T-shirt the day of the event. Pre-Registration fees are $30 for adults and $15 for children (11 and younger accompanied by a paid adult).
Registrations received after Wednesday are $35 for adults and $20 for children (11 and younger accompanied by a paid adult).
Last Frontier Council Sporting Clays
Also on Saturday, the Last Frontier Council Boys Scouts of America is having its Sporting Clays Classic at Arcadia Farm.
The event is a four-person team format. Teams can be made up of male, female, youth, adult pro-class shooters, beginners or a combination.
Team trophies will be awarded for first and second place in Class AA, A, B, C and D.
Teams can register through Friday. For more information, contact J.Scott.Johnson@scouting.org. 3-D Archery Shoot at Quail Ridge
On Saturday and Sunday, bow hunters and archers might want to take a trip to Tecumseh for a huge 3-D archery shoot.
Rinehart, one of the leading makers of 3-D archery targets in the country, is bringing its R100 event to Quail Ridge Sporting Clays and Hunting Preserver near Tecumseh.
The event is Saturday and Sunday. Bow hunters will have a chance to shoot at lifesize targets of North American and African game and even novelty targets such as “The Alien Queen.”
Archers can shoot 100 targets in two day or 50 targets in one day. For more information, visit www.R100.org.