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May/June 2022 Articles

More Water, More Walleye

A string of years with more water than usual in Bull Shoals and Norfork lakes has helped walleye use productive spawning habitat to their benefit. By Jim Harris.

More Water, More Walleye

The Lure of Technology

As technology and and knowledge about fishing increase, so does the level of apprehension among anglers who are concerned about protecting our resources. By Randy Zellers.

Lure of Technology

Redds Plentiful in Little Red Tailwater
A University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff study reveals where, why and how brown trout in the Little Red River tailwater create their nests. By Jim Harris

Three of a Kind
At least three subspecies of smallmouth bass swim in Arkansas lakes and streams, and AGFC biologists are working to find out more about them. By Jeff Williams.

The Road to Recovery
After a lengthy and exhaustive restoration, Lake Poinsett is rededicated to providing anglers with catfish, crappie, bluegill and largemouth bass fishing. By Jim Harris.

AGFC Biologists' Work Wins Praise
Two scientific papers by AGFC biologists are chosen as winners at the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society’s annual conference. By Randy Zellers.

Take Advantage of Free Fishing Weekend
No license is required to fish for 60 hours – noon June 10-midnight June 12 – for Arkansas residents and nonresidents. By Jeff Williams and Randy Zellers.

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