News item: Arkansas Game and Fish Commission wildlife officers arrested 29 people on Sunday after discovering a cockfighting ring in Desha County. Officers were investigating several vehicles parked near a canal on Hilburn Road just off Arkansas Highway 138 near Kelso.
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Firearms development these days comes fast and furious. Hunters and shooters in general are on the lookout for weapons that will improve their potential in the field and on the range.
Let’s face it. When you are talking about ducks to an Arkansas duck hunter, you are referring to mallard drakes, greenheads. Anything else, and the hunter’s reaction is apt to be a slightly curled upper lip.
Don’t sit around fussing about the weather and griping because duck season has ended. Get out and hunt some snow geese.
A versatile and popular dish for many outdoor-oriented cooks in Arkansas is duck fingers. It’s adaptable for family dinners and party gatherings and allows options for individual tastes.
It is February, and it’s the season for hunting rule change proposals in Arkansas.
A hunting and fishing Arkansas icon, the White River National Wildlife Refuge has a variety of friends pushing for its expansion. But substantial opposition has risen.
The trumpeter swans seem to be spreading out in Arkansas.
There is still time to get in a snipe hunt this season. Make it several snipe hunts if you want.
Arkansas deer hunting this season may fall short of setting a new record.
The hackberry tree is found all over Arkansas, but it is something of a Rodney Dangerfield – it gets no respect.
A long way from Arkansas, Mikhail Kalashnikov died two days before Christmas. He was 94 and a Russian, a proud Russian.
A colorful male ring-necked pheasant — rooster is the correct term — showed up recently near a home in northeast Faulkner County.
We’ll call it bream dip for simplicity’s sake, but it’s a fun food item that can enliven most any party or just an evening of watching a ball game on television.
By now, we should be fairly familiar with pelicans moving through the Arkansas River corridor in Arkansas. Still, sightings of “big white birds” generate considerable conversation and Internet postings.
The shivering is forgotten as you hunker and peek at the faraway flight of ducks. Are they mallards?
All right Deer Hunter, you have scored. You’ve got a buck or a doe, and you have dressed it out.
Has it been a good deer hunting season so far?
Linda Garrett was well prepared and stylishly equipped when she went elk hunting.
Deer hunters in Arkansas pursue a variety of avenues in trying for better chances at success.
The success of 12-year-old Cain Lusk in taking a 6x7 bull elk is a notable achievement. The location and circumstances surrounding the event make it even more noteworthy.
Bearcat Hollow came into the Arkansas elk hunting scene a few days ago. The extensive multi-agency project south of the Buffalo River was opened to elk hunting for the first time, and the two permit holders were successful.
The main event for a sizable chunk of the Arkansas population is coming up. It is modern gun deer hunting season.
Modern gun deer hunting is quickly approaching. This is the big event for something like 300,000 Arkansans, and a preliminary is the five-day antlerless hunt in most, but not all, of the state.
Greers Ferry Dam’s 50th birthday is Thursday, Oct. 3, and appropriate fanfare is being sounded. The event is strongly tied to President John F. Kennedy, the keynote speaker at the dam’s completion celebration.
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