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Rabbit season comes with the cold

Dec. 12, 2018

LITTLE ROCK – With the majority of deer season having taken place in most of the state and freezing temperatures becoming regular events, many houndsmen are anxiously waiting for a chance to drop the tailgate and begin chasing their favorite quarry in earnest.

Youths who have passed hunter education may legally hunt on their own

Nov. 14, 2018

LITTLE ROCK -- One question that springs up each year is how old a youth has to be before they may hunt by themselves. Arkansas Game and Fish Commission regulations state that a hunter must be at least 6 years old to kill a deer, bear or turkey, but the answer to hunting by oneself is a bit more complicated.

Take two for squirrel season

Oct. 10, 2018

LITTLE ROCK - Sitting in a deer stand or chasing a wise old gobbler may be comfortable as a solo endeavor, and when silence is the name of the game, many hunters prefer to go it alone. On the other end of the spectrum are dove and duck hunts, where groups of up to 10 hunters in a single set are not uncommon. Somewhere in between, you’ll find folks who favor some quiet conversation in the squirrel woods. 

Squirrels give good reason to get ‘stuck in a rut’

Dec. 13, 2017

The deer rut isn’t the only game in town when it comes to winter hunts that get the blood pumping. Mid- to late December beckons an intense period of breeding activity for another animal in the deer woods, and most people have watched it happen while sitting in their tree stand.

World Champion Squirrel Cook Off, Sept. 16

Aug. 30, 2017

Bentonville’s annual World Champion Squirrel Cook Off draws press from across the country but it’s no gimmick. Gumbo, tamales, pizza, sushi, empanadas, tacos, burgers and other delicious dishes get the “limb chicken” treatment.