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Arkansas Wildlife Fishing Report

May 15, 2019

Sandra Nash, niece of guide and regular Fishing Report contributor Austin Kennedy, found an opportunity to catch this rainbow trout in the Beaver Dam tailwater recently. 

Bald Knob survives for another AYSSP region title; Beebe wins north juniors

May 15, 2019

The Bulldogs Gray Trap Team, led by seniors Paige Hanna and Hunter Throckmorton, captured another title in the Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program's North Senior Regional Saturday at the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation Jacksonville Shooting Sports Complex, but it took those two seniors’ near-perfect shooting to outlast Conway Cat Trap 1.

Arkansas Wildlife Fishing Report

May 8, 2019

The crappie fishing was hot for this couple, Nikki and Michael Williams from Heber Springs, on a recent Sunday morning fishing out of Hummingbird Hideaway Resort on Norfork Lake. Photo provided by Lou Gabric.

Corning Dominates AYSSP East Senior Regional; Cabot Takes East Juniors

May 8, 2019

JACKSONVILLE – Corning High School’s senior trap shooting program placed four teams in the top 16, all qualifying for the State Finals, with its Black squad running away with the championship of the Arkansas Youth Shooting Sport Program’s East Regional held Saturday at the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation Jacksonville Shooting Sports Complex.

Anglers reaping dollars catching prized fish in Hot Springs lakes

May 8, 2019

HOT SPRINGS – A local bass tournament on Lake Hamilton became even more profitable than expected for four lucky tourney anglers, who each hauled $1,000 prize-winning bass Saturday, May 4, the fourth day of the 2019 $101,000 Hot Springs Fishing Challenge. 
 

Arkansas Wildlife Fishing Report

May 1, 2019

Shari Barnes Rea recently caught this 7.5-pound bass at Lake Ouachita on a Junebug crappie jig. 

White Hall’s balance provides slim senior margin; perfect shooters lead Ashdown juniors in AYSSP South Regional

May 1, 2019

JACKSONVILLE – If the first weekend is any indication, the race to be this year’s best senior high team in the Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program will be a wide-open affair. In the large South Regional, staged on Saturday, the top six teams were separated by five total trap target hits, with the White Hall Bulldogs’ Five Dog Night squad easing to the regional championship with 230 total clays