Summer in Arkansas means outdoor activities such as fishing, softball and the calls of the bobwhite quail whistling in the fields.
AGFC Director Jeff Crow testified before U.S. Senator John Boozman and members of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.
The official dedication ceremony for the new weigh-in facility at the Prairie Creek Access on Beaver Lake was held last week.
Henderson State University’s Simonson Biological Field Station made points with anglers earlier this year by conducting a large brush-pile project.
Jones is a farmer and avid outdoorsman who was born and raised in Clover Bend, Arkansas, where his family has farmed for five generations.
Twenty-nine Arkansans will have the opportunity to hunt for and harvest an Arkansas elk during the public land elk hunts this October and November.
That ancient oak standing amongst a crowded forest canopy may look like the perfect magnet for deer, but that tree may not be the best use of space.
Walther Arms, Inc. would like to congratulate their shooting team members for their outstanding performance at the Arkansas Section USPSA Match.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission wants to remind all hunters that all annual hunting licenses and permits expire on June 30.
Wildlife officers throughout Arkansas and the U.S. are gearing up for Operation Dry Water – a weekend of increased enforcement throughout the nation.
Applications for the 2017 Arkansas alligator season will be available on their website, beginning today. The deadline to apply is midnight, June 30.
Van Buren County is the latest area to be placed under special wildlife regulations to curb the spread of chronic wasting disease.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will open online enrollment in this year’s Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop beginning June 5.
People visiting the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s website, agfc.com, will be greeted with a fresh new look when the agency rolls out its new design.
The weather finally cleared up nicely for the AYSSP regional competition Saturday at the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation Shooting Sports Complex.
The application period for Arkansas’s special urban bowhunts for the 2017-18 hunting season is now open and will run until 6:30 p.m., August 18.
Bobwhite quail conservation efforts in Arkansas continue to grow with the recent addition of a Quail Forever Specialty License Plate.
There may be some limits to the amount of time nonresident hunters may pursue waterfowl on Arkansas controlled wildlife management areas.
The poached, dead elk were found by officials earlier this year on a county road near the Newton/Madison county line in Arkansas.
Student athletes from across Arkansas will gather at the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation Shooting Sports Complex in Jacksonville.
Three Cabot artists claimed the top spots in this year’s state-level Federal Junior Duck Stamp Conservation Program art contest.
Arkansas has passed an expanded campus carry law that does away with many “gun free zones”. A move is underway to undo some of the reforms.
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.