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Fishing this week

Subscriber onlyHOT SPOTS LAKE MAUMELLE Black bass are good and are biting on wacky rig worms, spinnerbaits and jerkbaits early in the morning and late in the day. Continue reading...

Trout eager bite on Colorado fishing trip

Subscriber onlyIf you want to cool off in July, go to the mountains in Colorado. That's what Bill Pettit and I did, finding new water to fish and trails to hike. Continue reading...

Hunters face private options for dove season

Subscriber onlyA hunter's heart beats a little happier in August. Hot weather and back to school mean dove season is near. Continue reading...

New access shortens Crooked Creek float

Subscriber onlyFloating down Crooked Creek holds a special place in many Arkansans' hearts. Continue reading...

Tiny ticks pose big threat

Subscriber onlyLITTLE ROCK — Outdoors lovers should always keep a lookout for those tiny critters that can cause big problems. Continue reading...

Lake Jack Nolen set for fall drawdown

Subscriber onlyGREENWOOD — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will lower the water level of Lake Jack Nolen beginning Sept. 6. The drawdown will lower the lake’s water level 4 to 6 feet and should last until midwinter. Continue reading...

NWA Fishing Report

Subscriber onlyBlack bass are biting at night on the south end of the reservoir. Continue reading...

Briefly

Subscriber onlyDisease topic of program Continue reading...

Alligator gar no match for controlling Asian carp

Subscriber onlyAlligator gar are touted as the latest remedy for Asian carp, but that's unreasonable. Continue reading...

Better this time around

Hot Springs anglers recover from sour 2015 experience

Subscriber onlyAs they once did in the professional circuits, Arkansas anglers dominated the major youth bass fishing championships over the last two weeks. Continue reading...

Patience brings TBF title to Mount Ida youth

Subscriber onlyFishing alone in The Bass Federation National Championship, Fisher Davis of Mount Ida remained calm, patient and relaxed to win a $2,500 scholarship on Lake Guntersville, near Scottsboro, Ala. Continue reading...

Crooked Creek access adds options for canoes

Subscriber onlyFloating a canoe or kayak down Crooked Creek holds a special place in many Arkansans’ hearts. The section between Snow and Kelly’s Slab not only holds huge smallmouth, but also is one of the most picturesque stretches of stream in the state. Continue reading...

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...

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