Commissioners voted to approve the purchase of 989 acres known as Stone Prairie from The Nature Conservancy at the Commission’s March 15 meeting.
Hunters, anglers looking to renew their licenses this year will notice a big change from the long, tag-laden receipt they normally receive at the store.
When the event had concluded, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission had sniffed out a first-place showing in the single-leash division.
The book was published in conjunction with the AGFC’s 100th anniversary and contains recipes from AGFC employees covering several types of wild game.
That invigorating experience is driving some of them, including Fred Brown, to restore quail across the state, so younger generations can feel the thrill.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission honored ten for their dedicated service to the natural resources and the people of Arkansas.
Arkansas hunters harvested a record 55 elk during the 2016-17 hunting season, according to a report given by the AGFC’s elk program coordinator.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will be hosting a special public meeting concerning chronic wasting disease at the Carroll Electric Cooperative Building in Jasper, at 6 p.m., March 14.
Together, they removed more than 36 large bags of trash from the roads, campsites and boat launching areas at the Vallier Access areas of the popular WMA.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will hold special public meetings during March to introduce proposed changes to management practices.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is accepting applications for summer internships until March 5.
More than 3,200 students across Arkansas took aim during the Arkansas National Archery in the Schools Program’s regional competitions last weekend.
Deer season may be winding down, but there’s still a reward for those lucky and skilled enough to hit the trifecta of deer hunting.
Wildlife Officers worked with partner agencies and volunteers to clean a “ton” of trash from the waters of the Cache River Wildlife Refuge Feb. 11.
Students from Hampton in Calhoun County trekked two hours across the southern portion of state last week to learn all about ducks.
Every year, hunters who enjoy public land will arrive to their stand location only to realize that the tree to hang a stand has been removed…
Successful applicants have until Feb. 1 to pay for their permit. All applicants can visit www.agfc.com to check their status and complete payment.
With hunters facing the final weekend of the regular waterfowl season, many are left with scores of plucked mallards, gadwalls and other ducks that have yet to be enjoyed.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s website and special hunting permit sales site will be closed for upgrades to the system’s security.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission approved a measure that will make it easier to work with non-governmental conservation agencies to help recruit.
Tony Davis said the plan is in the 30-day public comment phase and will be voted on by the seven-member Commission at the next monthly meeting.
A new job for those leftover trees – as fish habitat. Drop-off locations let your old Christmas tree have a second life as underwater cover.
Bryson Harpole of Ward didn’t only set a new bar for shortnose gar in Arkansas’s fishing records on Nov. 1, 2016; he crushed the old record.
Nearly a year ago, two northwest Arkansas hunters died tragically in Oklahoma on a duck hunt in the middle of a winter storm on a large public lake.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s latest aerial waterfowl survey revealed a much improved population estimate for ducks wintering in The Natural State.