Duck Hunters Win Temporary Stay in the Northeast Arkansas Duck Blind Dispute

by Brent Birch  on Monday, Oct. 15, 2012 8:34 am  

Northeast Arkansas duck hunters won a temporary victory in the dispute over alleged privatization of hunting holes on three state-run Wildlife Management Areas. (AGFC)

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Circuit Judge Randy Philhours of Paragould issued a temporary stay to prevent the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission from enforcing its deadline to remove personal and private duck blinds from three NEA Wildlife Management Areas.

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