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Arkansas Duck Hunting

Light Goose Conservation Order- no limits, no plugs!

The  light goose conservation order is in full swing. This special season is an effort to try and reduced the snow/blue/Ross goose population. For quite some time now the light goose population has been exploding. They are wrecking havoc on the breeding grounds, and the issue needs to be addressed. Luckily the USFWS grants us […]

Arkansas Duck Hunting

Arkansas ’17-’18 Duck Season First Half

The first half of duck season here in the Natural State has been full of mixed reviews.  Public land opportunities have been very limited with the drought conditions we have experienced across the state.  The majority of duck hunting success has been on private lands.  We have recently experienced heavy rainfall across the state which […]

Arkansas Deer Hunting

Modern Gun Season Opens- 2017

As the day length gets shorter we’re seeing an increase in rutting activity across the state. In addition a recent cold front has put the bucks on the move. Users have reported an increase in deer activity, especially bucks. From an Increase in daytime activity, to chasing and fresh scrapes, the rut is clearly upon […]

Arkansas Deer Hunting

Arkansas Rut Times and Tips

As the rut approaches in Arkansas, I wanted to share some rut tactics from Field and Stream.  Below is the article titled; “Hunting the Rut, Four Killer Tactics” I have also attached a picture from the Arkansas Game and Fish Comission showing peak rut times across the state.   “1. GET IN BED WITH DOES With […]

Arkansas Deer Hunting

Muzzleloader Season Opens this Weekend

Muzzleloader season opens across most of the state tomorrow, October 21.  While some zones are open to muzzleloader season, some remain closed.  Please double check the zone you are hunting in and check the dates for your zone.  Season Dates are: Zones 1, 1A, 2, 3, 6, 6A, 7, 8, 8A, 10 and 11:  Oct. […]


 
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Arkansas Dove Season 2009: Limits, Dates and Tips

Arkansas dove season opens September 5, and excitement is building since this is really the kick-off season to several months of great hunting in The Natural State.  If you’re new to dove hunting, or maybe you just haven...
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Arkansas Fishing Report: 12/18

Because of the recent winter weather, and the upcoming Christmas holiday, the Arkansas Game and Fish is running an abbreviated Arkansas fishing report this week. Next week there will be no fishing report, and the December 31 Ar...
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Videos for Tying Fishing Knots

Blood knots and Nail Knots. Perfection and Duncan Loops. Clinch and Improved Clinch knots. Tying on lures and flies. Connecting leaders and tippets. Because many different fishing setups require knowing a number of different no...
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Fishing the Sulphur Hatch by John Berry

It was a rainy day and my wife, Lori’s, parents were visiting. We had been scheduled to take them to Branson for the day but had rescheduled for the next day, due to the weather. I checked river conditions and noted that the ...
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Taking Photos in the Duck Blind

Alot of people dabble in documenting their hunts, wither it is the newest digital camera, an old disposable camera, or even an old video cassette recorder, protecting your equipment from the elements is most people’s main...
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Remarkable Day at Bull Shoals

I recently guided an attorney from Knoxville. It was a last minute booking. When I returned home from my guide trip on the previous day, there was a phone message from my fishing buddy and fellow guide, George Peters. He was sc...
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Fishing the Shad Kill

The highlight of the winter fishing season is the shad kill. As the surface temperatures on the lakes in the White River System drop, threadfin shad move down through the various lake layers or thermo clines in an effort to fin...
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