Arkansas game and fish Archive

  • Help AGFC follow the monarch migration

    The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is seeking the public’s assistance with a new citizen science project to help the agency answer the question, “Where and when do people see monarch butterflies in Arkansas?” The purpose of the project is to gain a better understanding […]

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  • Keep an eye on Arkansas’s deer harvest

    LITTLE ROCK – Bowhunters checked 2,595 deer during opening weekend, Sept. 26-27. The bow opener has been a near mirror image of itself the last three years, with 2,682 deer checked in 2014 and 2,576 deer checked during opening weekend in 2013. Thanks to the […]

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  • Lifetime licenses for senior citizens remain available

    LITTLE ROCK – Don’t worry, you older hunters and fishermen. The popular lifetime licenses for Arkansans 65 and older are still valid and can still be purchased. Many thousands of outdoors people have purchased these over the years, and they can be used as in […]

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  • Acres for Wildlife program helps improve environment

    LITTLE ROCK – The quality of wildlife habitat in Arkansas is dependent upon decisions made by the many individuals who own and manage the land. Out of 33 million surface acres in the Arkansas, 29 million are under private ownership. Arkansas Game and Fish Commission […]

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  • AGFC stocks over 1.9 million fish during November

    LITTLE ROCK – After a short break from winter, colder temperatures have returned to Arkansas. That doesn’t mean it’s not a good time to hit some of the state’s fisheries. Fisheries crews from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission stocked over 1.9 million fish in […]

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  • AGFC facilities destroyed by tornado, debris is being removed from the lake

    MAYFLOWER – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s maintenance shed, clubhouse and dog training facilities at the Camp Robinson Special Use Area have been destroyed by Sunday’s tornado at Mayflower. Other area AGFC facilities such as the H.C. “Red” Morris Natural Resources Conservation and Enforcement […]

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