The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has added $155,000 to its support for wetlands restoration on waterfowl breeding grounds in Canada.Read More
To help kick start the season, we are proud to present the eighth annual edition of Greenhead. We spread our content far and wide for 2017, obliging readers who asked for stories from different, perhaps less-traveled, areas of the state.Read More
Usually, when a business is said to be underwater, it’s not a good thing. In the intertwined duck hunting and rice growing industries of Arkansas, however, it’s all about the water. Every single drop.Read More
Experts are rethinking water control methods to preserve habitat and ensure bountiful duck hunting for future generations.Read More
The historical society Dr. H.V. Glenn and eight others launched in 1953 is still going strong as a 501(c)(3), tax exempt organization. It chronicles the names, places and events that make up the story of Arkansas’ duck hunting and rice growing epicenter.Read More
Today's apparel, lighter weight and breathable, may make hunting easier and more comfortable, but let today's hunters just try making a bow tie work with their camo and face paint.Read More
In the following Q&As, this year’s group of duck hunting executives share their firsthand knowledge of things obvious, like a preferred shotgun or duck call, and things less seen but just as important, like what snacks to enjoy in the blind.Read More
In an era where liberal limits and wanton waste were the norm, George Wilcox was years ahead of his time as he became one of the country’s first waterfowl conservationists.Read More
There are bigger duck clubs in Arkansas than Bull Sprig, which comes in around 1,200 acres, all told. But few are better known, have a better reputation or are more appreciated by its members who have spent decades there, bound through a common love for hunting.Read More
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.