Bayou Meto is one of the largest state-owned wildlife management areas in the nation, encompassing 33,832 acres in Arkansas and Jefferson counties. The area features 16 all-weather roads, 8 permanent streams, 12 intermediate streams, 17 ditches, and 6 lakes, with 13,000 acres of the area flooded each fall to attract ducks. It is a popular destination for wildlife enthusiasts, offering a variety of activities such as fishing, hunting, and bird watching.
Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Waterfowl Report
Dec. 6, 2023
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