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March 7, 2012 Arkansas Outdoors Newsletter

Get hands-on education and prized fish during spring break
LITTLE ROCK – The Family and Community Fisheries Program is presenting some unique angling opportunities at each of the four Arkansas Game and Fish Commission nature centers around the state. Hundreds of rainbow trout and channel catfish are being stocked to provide some exciting opportunities for families during spring break.

Eight Arkansas recreational facilities are moving ahead
LITTLE ROCK – Eight outdoor recreational facilities will be built with $500,000 approved at a recent meeting of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

Commission approves trail grants for local communities
LITTLE ROCK – Last month, Commissioners with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission approved up to $1 million for the Wildlife Observation Trails Pilot Program.

2012 high school fishing world final returns to Lake Dardanelle

RUSSELLVILLE – High School anglers near and far will come together again at Lake Dardanelle State Park, July 15-21, for the 2012 High School Fishing World Finals.

Land a fish for cash in $50,000 Hot Springs fishing challenge
HOT SPRINGS – Land a lunker for loot. Boat a bluegill for bucks. Catch a crappie for cash.

Felsenthal Refuge to hold ‘Spring Sweep’ on March 10
FELSENTHAL – Volunteers will gather at Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge in south Arkansas on March 10 to clean up the refuge.
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