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April 30, 2014 Arkansas Outdoors

Date04/30/2014
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AGFC facilities destroyed by tornado, debris is being removed from the lake
 
MAYFLOWER – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s maintenance shed, clubhouse and dog training facilities at the Camp Robinson Special Use Area have been destroyed by Sunday’s tornado at Mayflower. Other area AGFC facilities such as the H.C. "Red" Morris Natural Resources Conservation and Enforcement Training Center and the Dr. James E. Moore Jr. Camp Robinson Firing Range were not hit by the tornado. 

AGFC to apply fertilizer to Harris Brake, Overcup and Cargile lakes
 
MORRILTON – Fertilizer will be applied to lakes Harris Brake, Overcup and Cargile during the week of May 5-9. Biologists plan to apply the granular fertilizer by air. The fertilizer is high in phosphate, which helps boost the production of phytoplankton. 

Some essentials for 2014 elk hunt permit seekers
 
LITTLE ROCK – It’s the elk hunting permit application time of the year, and you are chomping at the bit. You may get draw for an Arkansas exclusive – and it is all free. 

Anglers reminded to renew licenses for start of $75,000 Hot Springs fishing challenge
 
HOT SPRINGS – Renew that fishing license or get yourself a new one. The start of the biggest-ever Hot Springs Fishing Challenge is May 1. 
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