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March/April 2023 Articles

Ozark Outfitters Tell Tales

Buffalo Outdoor Center, Kings River Outfitters, Moore Outdoors and Turner Bend Outfitter are relatively close together as the crow flies, yet the proprietors of these legendary canoe liveries on four streams had never been in the same place at the same time until they convened last August to tell their stories to Arkansas Wildlife. By Jeff Williams

Ozark Outfitters Tell Tales

Fertile Ground for Smallmouth

Sean Lusk, an AGFC fisheries biologist, relishes the rare opportunity to help create a sustainable smallmouth bass fishery on Lake Catherine near Hot Springs. By Jim Harris.

Fertile Ground for Smallmouth

The Breaking Point

When outfitters from Big Piney Creek, Buffalo River, Kings River and Mulberry River shared their thoughts about the future of recreational paddling, one question worried all of them: What’s the breaking point of Arkansas’s floatable Ozark streams? By Jeff Williams.

Bear Hunt in New Territory Goes Well

Hunters in southern Arkansas’s newly opened bear zone took full advantage of a three-day window by harvesting 28 of the 469 statewide total. By Randy Zellers.

Wash, Dry, Repeat

A cleaning station for boats at Lake Erling’s AGRED Park and Boat Ramp will fight the spread of nuisance aquatic species such as giant salvinia. By Randy Zellers.



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