News Details 

All News Items


October 20, 2010 Arkansas Outdoors Newsletter

Lower White Oak Lake drawdown begins Nov. 1
A scheduled winter drawdown of Lower White Oak Lake will begin Nov. 1. The lake will be 4 feet low for about three weeks.

Bayou Meto WMA repairs are underway
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will be making needed repairs to the Cannon Brake Access Road and Spillway over the next several weeks. During this time, hunters are urged to use caution when using the area due to the heavy equipment operation associated with these repairs.

Batesville archery teams place at world tournament
Arkansas's 2010 state champion archery teams placed high at the recent NASP World Archery Tournament held Oct. 8-9. Teams from Eagle Mountain Magnet and Batesville Junior High finished in the top five teams.

Kings River nature trail dedication set for Nov. 3
One of the state's newest nature trails will be dedicated on Nov. 3. The Kings River Overlook Nature Trail offers a birds-eye view of the beautiful, clear mountain stream. The trail is located on McIlroy Madison County Wildlife Management Area in northwestern Arkansas. The dedication will take place at 1 p.m.

More than 132,800 pounds of fish stocked in September
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission crews stocked more than 333,200 fish in Arkansas lakes and rivers during September, according to Mark Oliver, chief of fisheries. The total stocking of fish weighed more than 132,800 pounds
More InformationRead the full newsletter