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Just Like Starting Over
After catch-and-release rules for crappie had been lifted Jan. 1, anglers were hauling many good-size fish from Lower White Oak Lake. Facebook posts from folks in Camden bear that out.

Just Like Starting Over. Pages 14-15.

Keep Count of Monarchs
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission – in collaboration with the Arkansas Monarch Conservation Partnership – launched the Arkansas Monarch Mapping Project in the summer of 2017.

Keep count of Monarchs. Pages 10-11.

Disease Continues March
As of the previous issue of Arkansas Wildlife, chronic wasting disease remained contained in seven counties; we must report that’s no longer true.

‘Maybe Next Year’ Finally Arrives
Ron Goza, 77, proved late last year that no one’s too old to harvest a first deer, for which he received the AGFC’s “My First Deer” certificate.

Here’s the Catch to The Big Catch
Thanks to a tagged blue catfish and a chance meeting, Gary Casey and the AGFC’s Family and Community Fishing Program have found a honey hole.

Don’t Get Burned by Lightning
Thunderstorms will roll across Arkansas this spring and they’ll pop up all summer, providing phenomenal light shows that can turn deadly.


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