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Waterproof game tags available in 2018-19 Arkansas Hunting Guidebook

Aug. 22, 2018

LITTLE ROCK - Arkansas deer hunters saw a big change in the way they could check their deer last year. Many, however, were left wanting their old waterproof game tags to ensure their deer were properly marked. This year those tags are right inside the annual hunting guidebooks being delivered to stores across the state in the next few weeks.
 

Arkansas CWD management evolves

July 25, 2018

LITTLE ROCK - Arkansas deer hunters will have more ability to help slow the spread of chronic wasting disease this year, thanks to new regulations passed by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

Boat registration requires physical proof

July 18, 2018

LITTLE ROCK – New state laws to match federal guidelines add an extra step to boat registration, but they may help prevent fraud or theft.

Big bore air rifles legal for modern gun deer season in Arkansas

July 3, 2018

LITTLE ROCK - Deer hunters will be able to pursue their game with one more option this season, thanks to a recent regulation change by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

AGFC sets 2018-19 hunting seasons, Gov. Hutchinson proclaims Free Fishing Weekend

May 17, 2018

LITTLE ROCK – Commissioners unanimously approved a group of regulations today, effectively setting the season dates and bag limits for the 2018-19 hunting season for all species.

Arkansas fisheries biologists suggest removing, revising regulations

May 2, 2018

LITTLE ROCK - Biologists with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission presented a series of changes to regulations at the Commission’s formal briefing Wednesday, April 27, as part of the annual regulations cycle. The focus of many of these changes is to remove complicated regulations wherever possible and help people get started fishing.
 

Commission tables topic on surface-drive motor restriction, new public comment survey available

May 1, 2018

LITTLE ROCK – Commissioners heard the first official reading of two waterfowl regulations changes proposed for the 2018-19 season at last Wednesday’s monthly meeting – neither of which concerned surface-drive motors on wildlife management areas.