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October 3, 2012 Arkansas Outdoors Newsletter

Successful elk hunters make key decisions in the field
ST. JOE – If a pattern has developed in 15 years of limited permit elk hunting in Arkansas, it may be to expect the unexpected.

Rains from Hurricane Isaac cause levee system erosion
HUMPHREY – Heavy rains from Hurricane Isaac caused erosion problems along the northern levee system of the Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area Buckingham Flats Waterfowl Impoundment. To minimize problems during the pending levee repairs, there will be a delay in pumping the impoundment.

30 alligators taken in two-weekend permit hunt
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas’s fifth alligator hunt resulted in 30 gators taken by permit holders, including the largest to date. The hunt was Sept. 15-16 and Sept. 22-23.

Browning shoots among the best of world’s shotgunners
WOOSTER – In an intense competition of the world’s best trapshooters, including several Olympic medallists, Kayle Browning of Wooster had no trepidations. She broke clay targets with the best of them in faraway Slovenia.
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