The fishing grapevine is ripe with word that anglers are sacking up some fine catches of white bass from the White and War Eagle rivers.
It's a morel dilemma each spring. To keep a prized mushroom hunting spot secret or share it with family and friends.
A brawny buck or a target the size of a dime doesn't stand a chance when Richard Bowen picks up a bow and arrow.
Speakers love to get questions at their programs. There were some great ones at a talk about Beaver Lake fishing held April 1 at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area.
Muddy water has slowed crappie fishing on much of the lake. Garland Villines at Hickory Creek Marina recommends fishing the War Eagle River arm upstream of the Sidewalk Hole for crappie. Or try the White River arm above Blue Springs.
A parade of fins is on the march during spring. An eager audience awaits relaxing in lawn chairs on shore or seated in boats.
Lots of us have slid some quarters in a juke box to sing, "Let's go to Luckenbach, Texas, with Waylon and Willie and the boys."
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission proposes to expand the state's chronic wasting disease management zone to include Benton, Washington, Crawford, Sebastian and Franklin counties