May/June 2019 Articles
When the Blood-Gar Moon Aligns
The sun had set and a super-bright blood moon had just come up – there was something eerily vibrant and dangerous in the late-summer air. By Mark Spitzer.
Keep a Few for You
The practice of catching and releasing fish seems to make perfect sense, and many anglers believe they’re good stewards by doing so, but maybe not. By Jeff Williams
Technology Opens Door to Nature
Split Rock Studios’ latest conquest is interactive exhibits at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s newest nature center being built in Springdale. By Jim Harris.
Anglers Schooling as Tourney Nears
The Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation, Xpress Boats and Trader Bill’s Outdoor Sports are supporting a state championship of high school fishing. By Jim Harris.
Biologists Tip Scales to Favor Walleye
This St. Patrick’s Day celebration had nothing to do with the Irish – luck perhaps – but this was more about excitement over an amazing walleye spawn. By Jim Harris.
CWD Zone Expands to 19 Counties
Baxter, Scott and Stone counties are added to the chronic wasting disease management zone as more cases of the fatal disease are verified in northwestern Arkansas. By Jeff Williams.
Wildlife Officers, Lucy Honored for Heroics
Eleven Arkansas Game and Fish Commission enforcement officers – and a member of the K-9 unit – receive honors at an annual awards banquet. By Jim Harris.
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