CWD is a cause for concern for the health of Arkansas’s deer herd, but it does not mean the end of deer and deer hunting in Arkansas.
The MLK Park Visioning Committee met in the Town Hall Boardroom on Monday morning for a project overview. Joining the meeting was Dr. Fitz Hill, one of the chief fundraising members tasked with soliciting donations for the park.
The second split of the 2021-22 Arkansas dove hunting season is Dec. 8-Jan. 15, and hunters willing to do a little post-season scouting may find the second season offers another great opportunity to fill a game vest with the camaraderie of friends and family.
Duck hunters 15 and younger, as well as active-duty military personnel and veterans, may hunt waterfowl during Arkansas’s third annual Special Youth and Active Duty Military and Veteran Waterfowl Hunt Dec. 4.
Displays in many locations will be lit into the new year, offering a fun way to hit the road and spend time with friends and family.
The percussion of the shot blew the top completely out of the stand. It shattered like glass! I just stood there in shock.
Hunters who qualify for the Triple Trophy Award must, within a single annual deer season, take at least one deer by each of the three legal hunting methods: modern firearms, muzzleloader, and archery/crossbow tackle.
I learned another life lesson while out there with my brother: If you try to impress your brother, you’ll end up sinking.
Hunters who submit multiple deer for testing will have increased chances of being selected.
A frequent question to the Game and Fish Commission is, “If I hit and kill a deer on a road, can I keep the deer for meat?”