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Gunked triggers prompt visit to gun doctor

Subscriber onlyClean your guns carefully because doing it wrong can be costly. Continue reading...

In a pinch

Spotted bass save day when walleyes don’t bite

Subscriber onlyThank God for bass. They bite when nothing else will. Continue reading...

Bass add fun to a cold winter's day

Subscriber onlyAfter failing to catch walleyes in Lake Ouachita last Saturday, Rusty Pruitt of Bryant and I made a short trip Tuesday to the Ouachita River above the lake. Continue reading...

Outdoors calendar

Subscriber onlyNOTE For additions to this calendar, fax the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette at (501) 378-3869. Information on events also may be emailed to bhendricks@arkansasonline.com. Continue reading...

Solunar tables

Subscriber onlyThe schedule of solunar periods has been taken from Mrs. Richard Alden Knight's Solunar Tables. Plan days so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during these times if you wish to find the best sport each day has to offer. Major periods begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours. Minor periods are of somewhat shorter duration. Continue reading...

ARKANSAS SPORTSMAN: Misfires plague gun company

Subscriber onlyRemington large rifle primers have been nearly impossible to find for several months, and now I think I know why. Continue reading...

Fishing hot spots

Subscriber onlyLAKE CATHERINE Rainbow trout are biting in the upper part of Lake Catherine below Remmel Dam. Use Power Bait on light Carolina rigs in heavy current or Trout Magnets in eddies and slack water areas. Striped bass also have moved into the waters below Remmel Dam to prey on stocked rainbow trout. Catch them on trout imitating jerkbaits, surface lures and spoons. Continue reading...

State fishing report

Subscriber onlyCENTRAL BASS BREAM CATFISH CRAPPIE Continue reading...

NWA fishing report

Subscriber onlyBeaver Lake Continue reading...

Backpackers go the distance

Subscriber onlyMountain splendor, back-country lakes and camping under dazzling stars were highlights of a 210-mile backpack trip for five area hikers on the John Muir Trail in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California. Continue reading...

Outdoor briefs

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High country adventure

Backpackers explore mountain majesty on John Muir Trail

Subscriber onlyBeginnings: We began our twenty-one days on the trail from Tuolumne Meadows with a stroll through Lyell Canyon. We were excited to finally take steps on the trail after months of planning. Continue reading...

Grant to help restore river

Subscriber onlyThe Beaver Watershed Alliance has received $37,711 from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to improve water quality in the Town Branch watershed, a sub-watershed of the West Fork of the White River. Continue reading...

Families playing it safe outdoors

Subscriber onlyKnowledge is power. So before the family heads for the great outdoors, they should know how to play it safe. Here are five ideas to consider: Continue reading...

Wild game supper benefits substance recovery boot camp

Subscriber onlyWild game will be on the menu for a noble cause March 17 when John 3:16 Ministries holds its third annual Wild Game Supper at Verizon Arena. Continue reading...

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