Buyers should pay attention more at the fit and function of the gun than the price tag.
The high points of low water
Winter drawdowns are common among many Arkansas lakes, and although they may be a bit inconvenient at a few boat ramps, their benefits to the fishery are unmistakable.
Hunters asked to report signs of avian flu
The risk of humans contracting the disease remains low, but hunters can help further minimize that risk by following a few simple precautions.
AGFC: Look out for deer on highways
Just this week, rescue personnel from Clark County agencies responded to three separate high-speed vehicle-vs-deer collisions on Interstate 30.
Youth hunters need CID to check deer
All hunters aged 6 and above must have an AGFC-issued customer ID to check big game or participate in permit drawings beginning this season.
Parks & Rec partners with AGFC for outdoor programs
City officials plan to grow their partnership with AGFC in the coming months through offering a variety of hunting, fishing and other conservation education programs.
Special week provides chance to better understand, appreciate bats
Two species in Arkansas have seen their populations take such precipitous drops that they are on the proposed list of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for categorization as endangered.