When tinges of color appear in the trees and mornings turn brisk and refreshing, paddlers who ply the Ozarks' streams begin thinking about a fall foliage float.
Clay birds flew through the air with the greatest of ease, but didn't get far once a young shooter raised a shotgun and fired.
Bird songs and the gentle hum of tires on pavement have replaced the roar of Civil War cannons at Pea Ridge National Military Park.
There's more than one way to catch a catfish. Trotlines, limb lines, jug fishing, rod and reel, even catching them by hand, all put old whiskers in the boat or on the bank.
Crisp weather and the vivid colors of fall are on the horizon. What better time to dig out the atlas and plan a trip to see some of the Ozarks cold, clear-flowing springs.
Anglers catch dawn feeding frenzy
School is back in session, and the lesson anglers learn through the summer is first light is prime time to catch black bass busting the surface looking for a meal.
The Beaver Lake Cleanup has been around so long that some of the volunteers who'll show up Saturday weren't on the planet yet when the first cleanup was held.
A neat thing about the Razorback Greenway is you're heading through quiet countryside one minute. The next, you're in the middle of town.
A hunting trip is a sure-fire way to get kids to jump out of bed at 4 a.m.
A marathon of two-wheeled travel might be the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge that takes riders 10,000 miles around the United States in 12 days.