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May/June 2023 Articles

Against All Odds, Dry Run Creek Turns 35

One of the cool places in Arkansas is so loaded with trout that anglers travel long distances to fish its waters, although there are several stipulations. By Clay Henry.

Against All Odds, Dry Run Creek Turns 35

PRADCO Donates to Modernize Exhibits

Plastics Research and Development Corporation kicks in $150,000 to begin a campaign to update Janet Huckabee Arkansas River Valley Nature Center. By Jeff Williams.

PRADCO Donates to Modernize Exhibits

The Dry Run Experience

Four anglers who look back on their fond memories of fishing in Dry Run Creek have four perspectives of the impact the special place has had on their lives. 

Conserve, Restore, Educate

It started with just three fly-fishermen 50 years ago but Arkansas Fly Fishers has become a force by working with other nonprofits, agencies and volunteers. By Jeff Williams.

Bergman Squad Wins Archery Tournament

Bergman, Barton and Washington Middle School in El Dorado take top spots in the Archery in the Schools State Championship tournament in Hot Springs. By Randy Zellers.

Youth Turkey Hunters Reach Rare Air

Hunters ages 6-15 harvested 1,076 turkeys during the April 8-9 youth hunt, the first time the harvest by youngsters had exceeded 1,000 since 2016. By Randy Zellers.


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