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Arkansas is drawing up a plan for its water supply, which irrigates crops, provides drinking water, powers transportation and fills rivers. 
By Mike Armstrong.

Take to the Timber
Arkansas's flooded hardwood forests aren't just more places to hunt ducks; they can create experiences in the outdoors like no other places.  
By Randy Zellers.

A Tale of Two Fisheries
About 9 miles separate Lake Maumelle west of Little Rock and Lake Conway, although the two are worlds apart to anglers. 
By Randy Zellers.

Visit Armabuckbatfest!
Somewhere in Arkansas this weekend, a festival is about to break out; sometime this year, crowds will honor eagles, bats and mosquitoes.
By Jeff Williams.

Eat Your Fish and Have It, too
While other boys spent their teenage summers playing baseball, I was chasing fish - bass, bluegills, catfish, sunfish and redeyes.
By Drew Coons.

  

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Article Archive

March/April 2014 -Saving for a Sunny Day

Arkansas is drawing up a plan for its water supply, which irrigates crops, provides drinking water, powers transportation and fills rivers.

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March/April 2014 - Take to the Timber

Arkansas's flooded hardwood forests aren't just more places to hunt ducks; they can create experiences in the outdoors like no other places.

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May/June 2013 - Waves of Wildlife

The Arkansas Water Trails program began when the first trail was dedicated in April 2009; now six trails cover 63 miles and more are coming.

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May/June 2013 - Delta Blues

The biggest blues in Helena aren't at the King Biscuit Blues Festival; they live just beyond the levee in the river made famous by Southern musicians.

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March/April 2013 - Beginning to Gobble

A veteran turkey hunter offers clues, tips and tricks for those who are just beginning to chase gobblers as spring brings another opportunity.

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January/February 2013 - Specks Stealing Scenes From Stars

Goose hunting - especially white-fronted goose hunting - is beginning to play a much bigger role in The Natural State's waterfowl drama.

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January/February 2013 - An Uncertain Hour

As Robert Ortman worked his climbing stand toward the ground, the latch that held the cable around the tree gave way, turning his world upside down.

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November/December 2012 - Some Things Never Change

The canoe is such a solid boat that the only mistake is putting it away when summer's over.

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November/December 2012 - Start Small

Squirrels are the perfect gateway game species for introducting youths to a lifelong love of hunting.

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September/October 2012 - ARE You Angling for Fun?

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's Aquatic Resources Education program makes it easy to get a view of Arkansas's aquatic critters.

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September/October 2012 - Deer Hunting's Sweet 16

You can get a deer practically anywhere in Arkansas, but biologists are enhancing 16 special areas to become showcases in management.

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March/April 2012 Issue - Reborn on the Bayou

Frog Bayou Wildlife Management Area is less than 10 years old but it's already a rising star to waterfowl hunters in the Arkansas River Valley.

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March/April 2012 Issue - Nurturing Nature

Feeling the need to help injured or homeless animals is part of being human, but very few people take it to the level of a wildlife rehabilitator.

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January/February 2012 Issue

This issue is full of waterfowl- and conservation-rich stories, including a story of survival during a tragic duck hunting accident, the decline of the Ozark Hellbender to endangered status and a look into Natural Resource Conservation Service programs.

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November/December 2011 Issue

A look back at 30 years of elk in Arkansas, preservation of valuable historical sites and insight into how fisheries biologists keep our lakes at their prime are all included in this issue.

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September/October 2011 Issue

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May/June 2011

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March/April 2011 Issue

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January/February 2011 Issue

Shed hunting is a great way to spend winter afield when it's too cold for other outdoors pursuits.

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Winter 1967-Spring 1968

Vol. 1, Issue 2 of Arkansas Game and Fish Magazine is now online for your enjoyment.

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Spring 1967 Issue

Click here to download the first issue of Arkansas Wildlife. It was a quarterly magazine named Arkansas Game and Fish and was 32 pages long.

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Maumelle Makeover


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