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Outdoors events this week

Sept. 25 is a statewide free fishing day in California. Anglers don't need a fishing license in state regulated water, but all other regulations such as size, species and bag limits apply. Sept. 25 is also the 33rd annual National Hunting and Fishing Day.
The Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association is celebrating National Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day on Oct. 2 with a fun ride at Malibu Creek State Park at 9 a.m. The ride is followed by a barbecue.

Kids must have their own bikes and helmets. All ages are welcome. There will be several ride options for different age groups.

Contact if you plan to attend. For more information go to

Cervenka sighting:Professional tournament angler Ron Cervenka is offering his Bass Fishing in Southern California class at J&T Tackle in Simi Valley on Sept. 18 and at Anglers Marine in Anaheim on Oct. 9.

The one-day course is an updated version of the bass fishing classes offered at Cal State Northridge for nearly 15 years. The cost is $65 per person. Anglers can reserve a spot by phoning J&T Tackle at (805) 527-7653, or Anglers Marine at (714) 666-2628. For more information, e-mail .

Westside Rider: The Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association (CORBA) is participating in this year's National Public Lands Day on Sept. 18 by working on the popular La Tuna single track trail.

Volunteers who want to help should meet the crew at the parking lot at 8 a.m., on La Tuna Canyon. Take the La Tuna Canyon Road off of the 210 Freeway -- go one mile west to the trailhead. More information is available at

Look at the birdie: Twenty free dove and quail hunts and 46 special pheasant are being offered by the Department of Fish and Game's Game Bird Heritage program. They are geared toward first-time hunters.

The dove opener was Sept. 1 and quail opener is Oct. 16.

There will be a quail hunt Oct. 16-17 near Frazier Park and a dove-quail hunt Nov. 20-21 at Rancho Jamul.

Newly licensed hunters will automatically be allowed to participate in a pheasant hunt without going through a random drawing.

Applications can be found online at , or by calling (562) 342-7145.

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