Arkansas trout angler survey in progress
May 31, 2023
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is asking trout anglers in The Natural State to keep an eye on their inbox in the next few weeks in case they are selected to participate in the AGFC Trout Program’s statewide angler survey. The survey is being conducted by HDNR Consulting to help the AGFC learn more about how they can help meet trout anglers’ expectations in Arkansas.
Turkey trending up in recent survey results
March 29, 2023
LITTLE ROCK — Turkey hunters have some good news to look forward to this season. According to recent interviews featured in the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Arkansas Wildlife magazine and podcast, reproductive rates have seen slow improvements over the last three years.
Catfish regulation survey available
March 28, 2023
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is exploring the idea of enacting two regulations concerning trophy catfishing on the Mississippi River. A formal survey has been launched at www.agfc.com and will be available for comment until April 7 to measure public opinion on the two possible regulations changes.
Make a modern turkey hunting journal
March 22, 2023
LITTLE ROCK — The latest cold snap may have postponed a few scouting trips, but many turkey hunters have already spent a few mornings scouting for this year’s longbeard. Complete a digital log of all your trips before and during your hunting season to help the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission monitor trends in Arkansas’s turkey landscape.
AGFC angler survey collecting data to better serve Arkansans
March 15, 2023
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is wrapping up an online survey to learn more about licensed anglers in The Natural State, and time is running out to offer your insight into the future of Arkansas’s fisheries management.
Aerial surveys show slight increase in Arkansas elk population
March 8, 2023
JASPER — Arkansas Game and Fish Commission biologists took to the skies during the last two weeks to evaluate the status of Arkansas’s elk herd, and preliminary results indicate the population is again on the rise.
Help guide future habitat work for Arkansas’s quail and turkey populations
Aug. 3, 2022
The break in triple-digit temperatures may inspire many outdoors enthusiasts to pick up their hiking, cycling and camping adventures, and many hunters’ minds already are centered around improvements they can make in their favorite hunting location or scouting a new piece of public land for fall. If you happen to scare up a covey of quail or see a turkey during your adventures, the AGFC wants to know.