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Commission Sets 2013-14 Deer Hunting Seasons for Arkansas

Commission Sets 2013-14 Deer Hunting Seasons for Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission set the state’s deer hunting seasons last week, with modern gun deer season opening Nov. 9, archery season opening Sept. 28, and muzzleloader season opening Oct. 19. The deer season dates are part of the 2013-2014 general hunting regulations approved during…


Prize Money Increased to $60,000 in Arkansas' Hot Springs Fishing Challenge

Prize Money Increased to $60,000 in Arkansas’ Hot Springs Fishing Challenge

HOT SPRINGS – Big Al the Second and his fishy fellows will lurk in Lake Hamilton and Lake Catherine this summer as the Second Annual Hot Springs Fishing Challenge throws more money and more species into the net. The Second Hot Springs Fishing Challenge begins at 6 a.m. on May…


Crooked Creek Trails Dedication Scheduled For March 30

Crooked Creek Trails Dedication Scheduled For March 30

Want to wet a paddle in one of the state’s best smallmouth bass streams? How about enjoying wildlife watching on trails along Crooked Creek? The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will dedicate a 22-mile water trail and almost 5 miles of hiking trails at Fred Berry Conservation Education Center on…


Rules Must Be Followed To Nail An Arkansas State Fish Record

Rules Must Be Followed To Nail An Arkansas State Fish Record

LITTLE ROCK – The weather is warming, official spring is approaching, and many Arkansans are getting into fishing mode. This is a time when state record fish are often landed. Catching such a fish is just the beginning step in getting into the record books with your prize from lakes,…


AGFC Youth Conservation Institute Begins This Summer

AGFC Youth Conservation Institute Begins This Summer

LITTLE ROCK – Looking for a way to spend part of your summer and learn something about conservation in The Natural State? The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Youth Conservation Institute just may be the answer. According to AGFC Regional Education Coordinator Laura Rogers, the program is a competitive, merit-based,…


Rabbits Offer Plenty of February Hunting Opportunity in Arkansas

Rabbits Offer Plenty of February Hunting Opportunity in Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK – Some Arkansans, probably a small number, consider February as rabbit hunting time. Deer hunting is over except for a few bowhunters. Duck season has closed. Dove seeking is long past. Turkey hunting is two months ahead. However, rabbit and squirrel seasons are open, and chances are you…


Arkansans Invited to Voice Comments on Proposed 2013-14 Hunting Season Regulations

LITTLE ROCK – The annual public meetings concerning the state’s hunting seasons have passed, but there’s still time to send any comments or concerns to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Just visit Regulation Survey to take a quick online survey. The following considerations are being surveyed for the 2013-14 season:            …


Arkansas Fishing Report – October 24, 2012

This is the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s fishing report for Oct. 24, 2012. If there is a body of water you would like included in this report, please call or e-mail with information on possible sources for reports about that lake or river. Reports are updated weekly, although some…


Doe-only Hunt Puts a New Look on Upcoming Arkansas Deer Season

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas deer hunters have an additional five-day opportunity to pursue their favorite activity this season. A doe-only hunt by any method is scheduled for Oct. 31 through Nov. 4. That’s Monday through Friday. Modern guns, muzzleloaders, bows and crossbows will be allowed, but the hunt is for…


Waits Wastes Little Time Setting Arkansas Fish Records

LITTLE ROCK – D. Victor Waits of Holts Summit, Mo., is making a career of setting state fish records in Arkansas. He holds the state record for river redhorse (8 pounds, 2 ounces) and shovelnose sturgeon (5 pounds), both taken from the Spring River. He recently added golden redhorse and…