Tagged: arkansas duck hunting

Arkansas Duck Season Opens November 19th With Unfavorable Conditions

by Brent Birch 11/17/2016 10:20 am

A extremely dry fall and warm temperatures throughout the country will make for some tough hunting conditions for a majority of Arkansas duck hunters this Saturday.

DU Banquet Season is Upon Us

by Brent Birch 10/25/2016 1:06 pm

Opportunities are in full swing for waterfowlers to be active and support the conservation efforts of Ducks Unlimited through Arkansas chapter events.

U of A Division of Agriculture Hosting a Seminar on Arkansas Waterfowl Management

by Brent Birch 10/17/2016 11:10 am

Dr. Doug Osborne will host an informative Meet-N-Greet Seminar on Arkansas waterfowl and management practices November 17, 2017 in Stuttgart.

Two Notables Duck Clubs Purchased in Arkansas County

by Brent Birch 10/10/2016 9:59 am

Little Siberia and Wild Wings duck clubs are sold in separate transactions as reported in Arkansas Business.

Top Duck Hunting Strategies for 2016

by Harold Weaver 9/28/2016 7:49 am

Duck Hunting, though seemingly an easier alternative to larger game, isn't all that easy. As a matter of fact, it's downright difficult if you don't know what you're doing.

Natural Gear Finds Winning Look in Nature

by Mark Friedman 8/15/2016 12:00 am

While Natural Gear LLC hasn’t changed its camouflage pattern in more than 20 years, its marketing plans have.

The 2016 Edition of Greenhead: The Arkansas Duck Hunting magazine is on Newsstands Now

by Brent Birch 8/25/2015 8:08 am

No other state is as steeped in such rich duck hunting tradition and history as Arkansas. Out sixth annual edition is available online and at various locations across the state.

Stuttgart Hosts Duck Calling Competitions Saturday, June 6th

by Brent Birch 6/1/2015 9:33 am

Stuttgart hosts four events with opportunities to compete in the World Duck Calling Championship this Fall.

Arkansas Duck Season is Underway

by Brent Birch 11/26/2014 12:43 pm

The 2014-2015 Arkansas duck season starts with warm temperatures and not quite enough water but a good numbers of ducks.

Developer, Sons Building $32M Sportsman's Dream in Delta

by Jan Cottingham 3/4/2013 12:00 am

About a mile down a mud-rutted road off Arkansas Highway 1 in Desha County rests what’s envisioned as a $32 million sportsman’s dream: Delta Resort & Conference Center near Tillar.

Heads Up Arkansas Duck Hunters; Ratoon Rice Crop Might Land You In Trouble

by Brent Birch 11/19/2012 12:25 pm

With many Arkansas rice fields sporting a ratoon rice crop this fall, the United State Fish & Wildlife Service is putting hunters on notice that manipulating these fields could result in a baiting ticket.

Dry Conditions, Moderate Duck Numbers for the Start of the 2012-2013 Arkansas Duck Season

by Brent Birch 11/16/2012 7:49 am

The Arkansas duck season is set to get underway with limited opportunities for public land hunters due to lack of water but duck numbers in the state are decent for those with water.

Arkansas' Corn Crop Harvest is Underway

by Brent Birch 7/18/2012 8:32 am

With prices favorable for Arkansas farmers, fields once planted in cotton and other staples have turned to corn as production in the state escalates.

The Ducks

by Arkansas Game & Fish Commission 12/8/2011 8:25 am

Waterfowl is aplenty, but hunters should keep an eye on those roads.

Duck Hunting

by Tre Baker 11/18/2011 8:50 am

The first stage of the 2011-12 Arkansas waterfowl season begins on Saturday.

Life, Lessons and the Legacy: Love of Duck Hunting Shared by Generations

by Brent Birch 9/30/2011 12:00 am

Many articles have been written about the father-and-son relationships built through shared outdoor activities. For some, the relationship is forged on the golf course. For others, it may be at deer camp or casting spinner baits at a favorite fishing hole. But in Arkansas, there is something about sharing a duck blind with your dad that creates a unique bond and fosters the desire to pass on to the next generation the significant life lessons learned there.

The Other Kind of Shooting: Filming Ducks Takes Skill, Practice

by Sam Eifling 9/30/2011 12:00 am

The challenges to shooting a duck hunt with a camera surpass even those of shooting a duck with a shotgun. Temperature, moisture, standing water, timber underfoot — all of these will work to complicate a video shoot.

Whether the Weather Matters Is Up to the Hunter

by Jim Harris 9/30/2011 12:00 am

Serious duck hunters rarely if ever let a spate of bad weather keep them from hunting. But most of them still want to know if the weather around them will influence how many ducks they might see on that particular hunting morning.

Numbers Don’t Lie: More Mallards Killed in Arkansas

by Brent Birch 9/30/2011 12:00 am

Without question, some excellent hunting opportunities exist outside Arkansas. The popularity and affordability of trips to Canada and the Dakotas for early-season birds proves that to be true. But the assumption Arkansas is losing its place as the premier mallard-hunting destination simply isn’t true. So where is successful and improving mallard hunting taking place?


by Tre Baker 8/12/2011 8:15 am

"Option 2" gives hunting guides a day off for when it counts.