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AGFC approves duck season dates

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Game and Fish Commission approved a 60-day duck season and heard a proposal to ban spinning wing decoys on Bayou Meto and Dave Donaldson Black River wildlife management areas Thursday at its monthly meeting in Little Rock. Continue reading...

Forrest Wood Cup draws top anglers

Subscriber onlyHot Springs and Lake Ouachita will host 100 of the best anglers on the FLW Tour today through Sunday at the Forrest Wood Cup. Continue reading...

Forrest Wood Cup offers a lot more than just fishing

Subscriber onlyAlong with some excellent fishing, Arkansans will have plenty to do this weekend in Little Rock and Hot Springs. Continue reading...

Fishing this week

Subscriber onlyHot Spots ARKANSAS RIVER (ROCKEFELLER LAKE POOL) Catfishing is good drifting fishing with whole shad. Bass are biting well on submerged jetties. Casting green pumpkin jigs through breaks in jetties is working well. White bass are schooling early and late in the day at creek mouths. 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...

Outdoors: River Rumble starts small, ends on mighty Mississippi

Subscriber onlyEditor's note: More than 150 paddlers took part in the Great River Rumble canoe and kayak trip on the Turkey River in northeast Iowa and the upper Mississippi River. The expedition covered 106 miles on July 26-Aug. 1. Flip Putthoff, the NWA Democrat-Gazette outdoors editor, was part of the group. Here are excerpts from a journal he kept along the way: Continue reading...

Outdoors Briefly

Subscriber onlyHobbs to host full-moon kayaking Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area will hold a full-moon kayaking trip at 7:30 to 9 p.m., Aug. 29 at Beaver Lake. Cost is $12 or $6 for children age 6-12. Continue reading...

NWA Fishing Report

Subscriber onlyBEAVER LAKE Catfish are biting live bait on limb lines, trotlines and jug lines. Continue reading...

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