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January 25, 2012 Arkansas Outdoors Newsletter

AGFC signs historic minimum flow document
LITTLE ROCK – After working toward a solution for more than 13 years, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission last week approved the final piece of an agreement with the Army Corps of Engineers to ensure a steady flow of water below Bull Shoals Dam on the White River.

AGFC offers new system to turn in violators
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is offering a new way to anonymously report outdoor-related violations to the agency’s Enforcement Division agents. It’s called tip411 and is as simple as sending a text message.

Public input meetings scheduled across Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK – Public input is a crucial component of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s process for setting hunting and fishing regulations. The meetings are part of the AGFC’s annual hunting regulations process, giving hunters the opportunity to make comments and proposals for the 2012-13 hunting seasons.

Bird feeding staples: Black oil sunflower seed, Magic Mix
LITTLE ROCK – Feeding birds in yards enthralls many thousands of Arkansans every winter. When they are ready to move up a notch from using bags of mixed seed from discount stores and groceries, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission suggests, there are two effective steps to take:
1. Black oil sunflower seed.
2. Magic Mix.
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