A Duck Camp State of Mind

A Duck Camp State of Mind

by Brent Birch  • 

Grab your gear and leave your problems behind. You’re headed to a waterfowler’s paradise.

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AGFC Sets the 2016-2017 Arkansas Duck Season Dates Two Months Early

AGFC Sets the 2016-2017 Arkansas Duck Season Dates Two Months Early

by Brent Birch  • 

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission accepted the proposed season framework for 2016-2017 at the May commissioners meeting.

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90 Seconds to Victory: Friends Compete at World’s Championship Duck Calling Contest

90 Seconds to Victory: Friends Compete at World’s Championship Duck Calling Contest

by Rick Fahr  • 

Three years ago, David St. John of Conway finished second in the World’s Championship Duck Calling Contest at Stuttgart, placing behind a good friend, Brad Allen of Judsonia. Two years ago, St. John and Allen would again vie for the title, having to compete in three overtime call-offs and again St. John fell a little short. But last fall, St. John’s 90-second routine played out perfectly.

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Arkansas Duck Season Off to a Sluggish Start

Arkansas Duck Season Off to a Sluggish Start

by Brent Birch  • 

After some opening weekend success, most of Arkansas duck hunters have found limited success with unseasonably warm temperatures and unbelievably too much water.

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The 2016 Edition of Greenhead: The Arkansas Duck Hunting magazine is on Newsstands Now

The 2016 Edition of Greenhead: The Arkansas Duck Hunting magazine is on Newsstands Now

by Brent Birch  • 

No other state is as steeped in such rich duck hunting tradition and history as Arkansas. Out sixth annual edition is available online and at various locations across the state.

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Game & Fish Sets Duck Season at 60 Days

Game & Fish Sets Duck Season at 60 Days

by Arkansas Business Staff  • 

The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission has set the upcoming duck season at 60 days, the 19th consecutive year it has done so.

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Join us for the first annual Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame. The creation of this new program is a long overdue effort to preserve the contributions of those individuals who have gone above and beyond through dedicated time, resources and other work to enhance the waterfowl industry in Arkansas.

The inaugural class of this landmark program will be inducted on December 1, 2016. This special evening event will share the stories of the impact of their contributions as waterfowl enthusiasts gather to celebrate this time honored tradition.

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