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Fish harvest is a key tool in conservation of resources

June 10, 2020

LITTLE ROCK – Some fishing conservation methods require more taking than leaving. Such is the case with several Arkansas lakes that, with no creel limits on certain species such as channel catfish, are encouraging anglers to take an unlimited number of that particular fish.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

June 10, 2020

Rum Binkley caught a massive striper fishing out of Blackburns Resort and Boat Rental on Norfork Lake using a topwater Zara Spook. Photo provided by Steven Street.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

May 27, 2020

Ian Seng of Little Rock caught his first rainbow trout, with Austin Kennedy guiding him in the Beaver Lake tailwater in Northwest Arkansas. Photo provided by Austin Kennedy.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

May 20, 2020

Little Garrett Lemons is proud of his bream he caught off of a redworm while fishing at Lake Greeson recently. Memorial Day weekend would be a great time to introduce a child to fishing for bream, likely hooking the youngster for life. Photo provided by Lisa Spencer.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

May 13, 2020

Jack Robinett found that high water can be productive with this male brown trout. He caught this big one on the White River May 6.

Walleye catch completes Master Angler sweep for Flippin fisherman

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.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

May 6, 2020

Phil Kimball had never caught a walleye until recently, when regular Fishing reporter contributor Austin Kennedy took him to the Beaver Lake dam tailwater to find that elusive fish.