Excessive water flow on the Arkansas River has forced the postponement of the annual Arkansas Big Bass Bonanza to next month.
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WARREN – As the sport of clay target shooting has grown in Arkansas, so has the need for a shooting sports facility.
From left, Roy Linder of Louisiana, Robert Imboden and Craig Imboden of Conway caught some very big fish earlier this month at Cane Creek Lake, near Star City. The group caught three catfish ranging from 38 pounds, 4 ounces to 47 pounds, 11 ounces. The second-biggest fish was 39-9. The fish were caught using goldfish as bait. (Special to The Commercial)
HUMPHREY — Enforcement officials with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission are looking for a person who shot and wounded a bald eagle Monday on Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area.
LITTLE ROCK – A deer hunter shot and killed a 148-pound male mountain lion Saturday morning east of Hermitage in Bradley County.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Conway resident Steve Scherrey hadn’t won any prize money in the Arkansas Big Bass Bonanza since winning what was then the $100,000 grand prize in 2000. But that didn’t stop him from trying to become the tournament’s first two-time winner.
Steve Scherrey of Conway is trying to keep up a winning tradition for the Dumas/Pendleton pool of the Arkansas Big Bass Bonanza.
Jason Hamilton has only weighed in one fish during his two days in the Pine Bluff pool of the Arkansas Big Bass Bonanza.