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Modern tradition: Muzzleloader season a prime time to bag whitetails in Arkansas

Subscriber onlyMuzzleloader deer season opened Saturday, beginning a long stretch through Christmas when hunters may take deer with firearms. Continue reading...

Turkey coordinator wants to fix data deficiencies

Subscriber onlyJeremy Woods is the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's new turkey program coordinator. Continue reading...

A muzzleloading rifle for any taste

Subscriber onlyA muzzleloading rifle for any taste Continue reading...

Muzzleloader Ignition types

Subscriber onlyIgnition types Continue reading...

Cold, wet weather derails plans

Subscriber onlyI can be cold and I can be wet, but not both. Continue reading...

Fishing hot spots

Subscriber onlyFISHING HOT SPOTS Continue reading...

State fishing report

Subscriber onlyCENTRAL;BASS;BREAM;CATFISH;CRAPPIE 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...

Fall Foliage Podcast

Flip Putthoff talks about the best fall foliage tours to take in Northwest Arkansas in his outdoors podcast. Continue reading...

NWA fishing report

Subscriber onlyBeaver Lake Continue reading...

NWA outdoor briefs

Subscriber onlyTrip explores land trust Continue reading...

Lore of persimmon seeds predicts winter

Subscriber onlyWe're here on campus at the James Cox School of Jug Fishing where an important scientific experiment is fixing to commence. Continue reading...

Cutthroat trout sets state record

Subscriber onlyAn Arkansas fishing mark that stood for nearly 33 years fell on Sept. 29 when a Kansas angler pulled in a cutthroat trout at the Lake Norfork tailwater weighing 10 pounds, 2 ounces. Continue reading...

Drift down lazy river

Subscriber onlyWhen tinges of color appear in the trees and mornings turn brisk and refreshing, paddlers who ply the Ozarks' streams begin thinking about a fall foliage float. Continue reading...

Biologist gives tips for run-ins with wildlife

Subscriber onlyMost people are hoping to avoid encounters of the large and toothy kind when they abandon their heated living rooms and voice-operated virtual assistants to venture out into the wild. Continue reading...

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