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Early birds may not always get the deer

Nov. 6, 2019

LITTLE ROCK — Some deer hunters will sit in a stand from sunup to sundown, but most hunting plans revolve around spending a few hours at the beginning of the day before taking a break to eat and rest, then revisiting their hunting site in late afternoon and sitting until the sun goes down. Both early morning and late evening seem to be prime time for deer hunting, but which one is best?

Hunters urged to clean, drain and dry during duck season

Nov. 6, 2019

LITTLE ROCK – As waterfowl hunters across Arkansas continue to pace the floor waiting for the opening day of duck season, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission would like to remind them to keep it clean this year, and if you can, keep it drained and dry, too.

Apply to hunt an Arkansas WRICE field this year

Nov. 6, 2019

LITTLE ROCK — Hunters who haven’t found a lease but still want the opportunity to hunt agricultural land this duck season may want to turn to a WRICE field. “WRICE” isn’t a typo; it stands for Waterfowl Rice Incentive Conservation Enhancement, a new program from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission to increase waterfowl habitat and hunting access in The Natural State.

Alligator hunt permit applications accepted June 15-30

June 14, 2019

LITTLE ROCK – Applications for the 2019 Arkansas alligator season will be available at www.agfc.com from 8 a.m., June 15 through midnight, June 30.

Arkansas hunters set record elk harvest

Dec. 12, 2018

JASPER - The 2018 Arkansas elk hunting season set a record with 67 taken on public and private land. The previous record was 55.

AGFC air drops waterfowl habitat on Millwood Lake

July 25, 2018

SARATOGA - Arkansas Game and Fish Commission biologists increased the food available to wintering waterfowl on Millwood Lake last Friday with a special air delivery of Japanese millet around 500 acres along the edge of the lake.
 

Alligator hunt permit application period begins June 15, new hunting zone open

June 13, 2018

LITTLE ROCK – Applications for the 2018 Arkansas alligator season will be available at www.agfc.com from June 15-midnight June 30. Arkansans now have more opportunity than ever to score an alligator tag, as the south-central portion of the state has been opened to harvest.