Very nice crappie are being pulled out of DeGray and are still biting well in various spots around the state.
The course, titled “Learn to Burn”, is an introduction to prescribed fire to educate landowners on the safe and effective use of fire as a land management tool.
The eastern collared lizard is the largest lizard species found in Arkansas.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission formally adopted regulations Thursday that will add 4,706 acres of public hunting opportunity in The Natural State beginning with the 2023-24 hunting seasons.
David Thomas, a commercial fisherman from Johnson County, also is wanting to introduce people to a different kind of meat patty.
By RANDY ZELLERS | Arkansas Game & Fish Commission Regular bouts of rain may have kept many gardens on hold during the last few weeks, but they’ve filled most backwaters and ponds […]
The harvest eclipsed the 2022 special youth hunt harvest of 887 by 19 percent.