By now, we should be fairly familiar with pelicans moving through the Arkansas River corridor in Arkansas. Still, sightings of “big white birds” generate considerable conversation and Internet postings.
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By I.C. Murrell
A team from Arkansas-Pine Bluff finished fourth in the Arkansas Collegiate Series tournament held Nov. 16 on the Arkansas River at Pine Bluff. Hunter Dickey and Ignacio Lopez-Morales weighed in with 11.74 pounds. Twenty teams from Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana participated in the third contest in the series which was hosted by the UAPB Fishing Team.
Has it been a good deer hunting season so far?
The success of 12-year-old Cain Lusk in taking a 6x7 bull elk is a notable achievement. The location and circumstances surrounding the event make it even more noteworthy.
Bearcat Hollow came into the Arkansas elk hunting scene a few days ago. The extensive multi-agency project south of the Buffalo River was opened to elk hunting for the first time, and the two permit holders were successful.
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has implemented a private land antlerless-only modern gun hunt for the third consecutive year. The hunt is scheduled for Oct. 12-16 in deer zones 1, 1A, 2, 3, 6, 6A, 8, 8A, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 16A, and 17.
SPRINGDALE — The state Game and Fish Commission heard a proposal Thursday to curb potentially dangerous pre-dawn “boat races” by duck hunters on state wildlife management areas.
Joe Mosby is a retired news editor of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. His work is distributed by the Arkansas News Bureau in Little Rock. He can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com
It must be human nature for some folks to fudge, to skirt the rules, to find an excuse for taking shortcuts.