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Remote camera tells deer stand's story over season

Subscriber onlyTidying the desktop prompted me to scan a card from one of my remote cameras Thursday night, and it got me excited about autumn. Continue reading...

Ouachita River smallmouths

Topwaters and lizards produce two days of excitement

Subscriber onlyMaybe it was overkill, but the smallmouth bass fishing on the Ouachita River demanded an encore performance. Continue reading...

Outdoors calendar

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Solunar tables

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Controlled hunts are nice experiences

Subscriber onlyIn a state known for great deer hunting, the controlled deer hunts that the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission holds on wildlife management areas are like buried treasure. Continue reading...

Fishing hot spots

Subscriber onlyLAKE CONWAY Bream fishing is excellent. The panfish are concentrated around brush piles and piers and are biting redworms and crickets at 4-8 feet. Bass fishing is good throughout the lake with crankbaits, plastic worms, topwater plugs and frogs. The best numbers are near grass beds. Catfishing is good with crickets, nightcrawlers and Magic Bait. Continue reading...

State fishing report

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Arkansas Outdoors calendar

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Solunar tables

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Branson area hosts fly fishing expo

Subscriber onlyThe Springfield and Branson chapters of the Missouri Trout Fishermen's Association will hold their second annual Fly Fishing Exposition July 27-28 at the Branson-Hollister Lions Club Community Center, 1015 Missouri 76 east. The center is one mile east of Branson Landing Boulevard bridge over Lake Taneycomo. Continue reading...

PHOTOS, VIDEO: Scenery, fishing await on short float trips

Subscriber onlyBiting into a slice of ice-cold watermelon, or paddling a slice of a cool stream, are two ways to beat the summer heat. Continue reading...

NWA fishing report

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NWA outdoor briefs

Subscriber onlyHobbs hosts nature hike Continue reading...

Shade keeps Ozarks' trails cool in summer

Subscriber onlySunshine and summer heat are reasons some hikers and mountain bikers avoid the dusty trail until cooler weather arrives in autumn. Continue reading...

Inspection determines tree health

Subscriber onlyLarge trees are an important and beautiful part of the landscape, but landowners should keep an eye on trees to ensure they don’t pose a danger. Continue reading...

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