City or Highway Located Near: Brinkley
How many access points are available to the hunting area? 2
Location of access points:
The WMA is accessible by exiting Interstate 40 at either Brinkley or Biscoe and traveling Arkansas Highway 70 west 6 miles from Brinkley or east 10 miles from Biscoe. Signs are posted at the entrance of the WMA on Highway 70.
Is a permit required? No
Is all your information/permit application online? Yes
What is the limit on shells? No limit
Does your duck limit differ from the federal/state limit? No
Do you have controlled flooding? Yes
Are boats allowed at the hunting area? Yes
Are there boating restrictions in the area?
The WMA has five concrete boat launching ramps. They are located at Gator Pond, Big and Little Robe Bayous, Apple Lake Waterfowl Rest Area and Hickson Lake. Airboats may not be operated within the area during duck season.
What are your specific duck limit regulations?
The limit is six ducks which may include no more than four mallards (no more than two of which may be hens), three wood ducks, two redheads, one black duck, four scaup, two pintails, one canvasback and one mottled duck. Duck and teal species not listed have no extra restriction beyond the six-duck total bag limit.
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