Over 1.1 Million Fish Stocked in State’s Waters During May

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Over 1.1 million fish stocked in state’s waters during MayLITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Game and Fish Commission crews stocked over 1.1 million fish in Arkansas lakes and rivers during May, according to Mike Armstrong, chief of fisheries. The total stocking of fish weighed in excess of 101,000 pounds.

May stockings:

Amon’s Lake, Baxter County, 400 catchable channel catfish
Andrew Hulsey Hatchery, Garland County, 2,205 catchable channel catfish
Beech Springs Lake, Ouachita County, 498 catchable channel catfish
Benton City Lake, Saline County, 1,300 catchable channel catfish
Big Johnson Lake, Calhoun County, 324 catchable channel catfish
Big Lake WMA, Mississippi County, 250 catchable channel catfish
Blytheville City Park Lake, Mississippi County, 800 catchable channel catfish
Blue Mountain WMA, Logan County, 400 catchable channel catfish
Booneville Human Development Center, Logan County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Boyle Park Pond, Pulaski County, 600 catchable channel catfish
Bragg Lake, Ouachita County, 640 catchable channel catfish
Bramble Park Lake, Miller County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Bull Shoals Lake, Marion County, 101,720 fingerling walleye
Bull Shoals Lake, Boone County, 102,534 fingerling walleye
Camden/Fairview High School Pond, Ouachita County, 501 catchable channel catfish
Caraway City Lake, Craighead County, 500 catchable channel catfish
Catherine Lake, Garland County, 20,000 fingerling walleye
Champagnolle Creek, Calhoun County, 345 catchable channel catfish
Charleston City Lake, Franklin County, 400 catchable channel catfish
Clarence Kraft Pond, Washington County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Columbia Lake, Columbia County, 46,000 adult threadfin shad
Conway Lake Nursery Pond, Faulkner County, 49,155 fingerling Florida bass
Craighead Forest Kids Pond, Craighead County, 250 catchable channel catfish
Crowley’s Ridge State Park Lake, Greene County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Current River, Randolph County, 5,720 fingerling walleye
DeGray Lake, Clark County, 30,700 fingerling walleye
DeGray Resort Gold Pond #7, Hot Spring County, 300 catchable channel catfish
DeQueen Lake, Sevier County, 450 catchable channel catfish
Dorcheat Bayou, Columbia County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Entergy Park Lake, Garland County, 450 catchable channel catfish
Eastman Chemical Recreation Park Pond, Independence County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Fairview Memorial Pond, Washington County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Family Park Lake, Garland County, 1,150 catchable channel catfish
Frierson Lake, Greene County, 257 catchable channel catfish
Frierson Lake, Greene County, 23,422 fingerling saugeye
Gillham Lake, Howard County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Grandview Conservation Pond, Hempstead County, 550 catchable channel catfish
Greeson Lake, Pike County, 33,300 fingerling walleye
Hamilton Lake, Garland County, 14,400 fingerling walleye
Harris Farm Pond, Searcy County, 150 catchable channel catfish
Harrison City Lake, Boone County, 350 catchable channel catfish
Heritage Park Lake, Clay County, 401 catchable channel catfish
Hogue Lake, Poinsett County, 9,656 adult tilapia
Irons Fork Lake, Polk County, 3,740 fingerling saugeye
Jansen Park Lake, Polk County, 300 catchable channel catfish
June Lake, Lafayette County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Kiwanis Park, Pulaski County, 500 catchable channel catfish
La Bellanine Lake, Benton County, 400 catchable channel catfish
Little Bay Lake, Calhoun County, 507 catchable channel catfish
Little Johnson, Ouachita County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Little Red River, Cleburne and White Counties, 11,400 catchable rainbow trout
Logoly State Park Pond, Columbia County, 495 catchable channel catfish
Long Lake, Calhoun County, 510 catchable channel catfish
Lou Emma Lake, Crawford County, 1,700 catchable channel catfish
MacArthur Park Lake, Pulaski County, 500 catchable channel catfish
Magazine High School Pond, Logan County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Mallard Lake, Mississippi County, 8,600 adult tilapia
Mallard Lake, Mississippi County, 7,700 fingerling saugeye
Martin Luther King Park, Jefferson County, 800 catchable channel catfish
Mathis Pond, Ouachita County, 432 catchable channel catfish
Maumelle Lake, Pulaski County, 35,640 fingerling saugeye
Mike and Janet Huckabee Kids Pond, Hempstead County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Mirror Lake, Stone County, 10,700 catchable rainbow trout
Monticello Lake, Drew County, 50,000 adult threadfin shad
Murphy Park Lake, Washington County, 500 catchable channel catfish
Narrows Dam Tailwater, Pike County, 1,000 catchable rainbow trout
Nashville City Park Lake, Howard County, 250 catchable channel catfish
Newark City Lake, Independence County, 453 catchable channel catfish
North Lake, Izard County, 350 catchable channel catfish
Norwood Lake, Benton County, 3,492 fingerling saugeye                            
Oak Grove Elementary Pond, Greene County, 700 catchable channel catfish
Oden Rifle Range Pond, Montgomery County, 250 catchable channel catfish
Otter Creek Park Pond, Pulaski County, 650 catchable channel catfish
Ouachita Lake, Garland County, 100,450 Fingerling Florida Bass
Ouachita Lake, Montgomery County, 26,100 fingerling walleye
Pedron Lake, Ouachita County, 354 catchable channel catfish
Regional Park Pond, Jefferson County, 400 catchable channel catfish
Reynolds Park Lake, Greene County, 502 catchable channel catfish
Rich Mountain Community College Pond, Polk County, 400 catchable channel catfish
Salem City Lake, Fulton County, 600 catchable channel catfish
SAU Armory Pond, Columbia County, 400 catchable channel catfish
SAU Duck Pond, Columbia County, 865 catchable channel catfish
Spadra Creek, Johnson County, 500 catchable channel catfish
Springhill Park Lake, Sebastian County, 400 catchable channel catfish
White River, Baxter County, 30,780 catchable rainbow trout
Spring River, Fulton County, 9,600 catchable rainbow trout
White River, Izard County, 2,435 catchable rainbow trout
White River, Marion County, 3,100 catchable rainbow trout
Spring River, Stone County, 1,565 catchable rainbow trout
Stinger Lake, Stone County, 600 catchable channel catfish
Toms Lake, White County, 3,080 fingerling saugeye
Table Rock Lake, Carroll County, 50,000 fingerling walleye
Truman Baker Lake, Scott County, 500 catchable channel catfish
Tuckerman Ditch, Jackson County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Valencia Lake, Pulaski County, 1,300 catchable channel catfish
Veterans Park Pond, Logan County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Webb Lake, Ouachita County, 285 catchable channel catfish
Wells Lake, Sebastian County, 1,000 catchable channel catfish
White Oak Lake Lower, Ouachita County, 35,000 adult threadfin shad
White Oak Lake Lower, Ouachita County, 200 catchable channel catfish
White Oak Lake Lower, Ouachita County, 74,075 fingerling Florida bass
White River, Izard, Baxter, Marion and Stone Counties, 40,005 catchable rainbow trout
Wilhelmina Lake, Polk County, 600 catchable channel catfish
Youth Lake, Mississippi County, 1,450 adult tilapia
Youth Sports Complex Pond, Clark County, 450 catchable channel catfish