March 9, 2022
LITTLE ROCK — The March/April issue of Arkansas Wildlife magazine, which is on its way to subscribers, is all about the Buffalo River – the Buffalo National River, that is, and its 50th anniversary.
Jan. 5, 2022
Imagine catching alligator gar from a sandbar in the Arkansas River between Little Rock and North Little Rock. Before the days of dams on the river, it was possible. In the January/February issue of Arkansas Wildlife, D.L. Grantham, now in his 80s, takes us back to his younger days when he and his fishing buddies hooked and snared alligator gar in the middle of a bustling capital city.
Dec. 22, 2021
LITTLE ROCK – Last-second Christmas shopping seems like its own season with the mad dash to secure that special something for that special someone. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission may be able to ease your worries with an assortment of choices from our handy bag of ideas.
June 9, 2021
LITTLE ROCK — Each year, people call into the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission asking when the opening day of their favorite hunting season is or when the AGFC plans to host derbies for Free Fishing Weekend, but there’s a way to have all that information right on your wall all the year through. The July 2021-July 2022 Arkansas Wildlife magazine calendar issue is loaded with all things outdoors, and is available to everyone who subscribes by the end of June each year.
May 5, 2021
Spring is the most popular season to paddle Arkansas’s rivers, bayous and lakes. That’s why the May/June issue of Arkansas Wildlife magazine includes a comprehensive guide to Arkansas Water Trails.
July 8, 2020
LITTLE ROCK - One of the most requested items from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission rolls off the presses and heads to people’s mailboxes each July. The calendar issue of Arkansas Wildlife magazine, the award-winning magazine of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, is being delivered to subscribers’ doors as you read this, and it’s not too late to act to get your hands on one.
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.