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June 18, 2014 Arkansas Outdoors Weekly Newsletter


Biologistslay seeds for angling excitement at Bull Shoals Lake

LEADHILL – Hundreds of thousands of young crappie are swimming just outside theSugarloaf arm of Bull Shoals Lake, waiting to boost the population and keepanglers happy for years to come. 

Rememberthe three Rs when boating on a river

LITTLEROCK – How do you know which side of the buoys to stay on when traveling up ordown a river? 

NWTFto host wildlife field day

EUCHA,Ok. – The National Wild Turkey Federation will be hosting a wildlife field dayfor landowners, foresters and sportsmen on June 28 at the Spavinaw WildlifeManagement Area. The WMA is located just west Gravette near the Arkansas stateline. 

AGFC stocks more than879,000 fish during May

  LITTLEROCK – Fisheries crews from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission stocked morethan 879,000 fish in Arkansas lakes and rivers during May. The total stockingweighed more than 143,000 pounds. Sportfish stocked included trout, walleye,smallmouth bass and catfish. 

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