May 13, 2020
FLIPPIN – A walleye that could top 9 pounds was all that was keeping Roger Pyzocha from claiming catches in all eight of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Master Angler Program categories, but it was proving elusive these past couple of years. Finally, after a few near misses on the weight scale with 8-pounders, Pyzocha recently landed a 9.2-pound walleye on Bull Shoals Lake to reach a goal he’d set out to achieve seven years ago.
May 13, 2020
LITTLE ROCK — Outdoorsmen have as much fun tinkering, fiddling and piddling as they do hunting, fishing or looking for wildlife.
April 29, 2020
FORT SMITH — The Janet Huckabee Arkansas River Valley Nature Center is hosting a special contest for aspiring writers and conservationists in May: a special poetry contest focused on conservation and the environment. Winners will be featured in the September/October issue of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s award-winning magazine, Arkansas Wildlife.
April 15, 2020
LITTLE ROCK — If you’re looking for something to keep that outdoor fire burning while staying your distance from others, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has you covered. Every issue of Arkansas Wildlife magazine produced during the last year is now available free.
March 4, 2020
LITTLE ROCK — Each year, we hear hundreds of tales about a youngster’s first deer, turkey, squirrel or duck, and there’s never a single instance where a smile doesn’t cross our face at the AGFC to hear the news of today’s youth picking up the wholesome activity of enjoying the outdoors. In fact, the AGFC has a series of certificates available for proud new hunters to display when they take their first animal, be it a deer, duck, squirrel or fish.
Nov. 27, 2019
Besides the smoked ducks, the key ingredient for an award-winning duck gumbo is a rich roux cooked to perfection and blended with the duck stock. Photo provided by Stephen Harris.
June 26, 2019
LITTLE ROCK - Each year Arkansas Wildlife magazine publishes a special July-to-July calendar issue to keep outdoors enthusiasts in the know about events throughout the year. This year’s calendar is currently being printed, and the only way to get your hands on one is to subscribe to the magazine at www.arkansaswildlife.com