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14, killed this eight-point buck during the youth hunt in Drew County. He is the son of Rob and Lori Jones of Lacey. JARR ETT HARTNESS,
<span>The Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program (AYSSP) regional trapshooting tournaments began May 2-3 at the AGFC range in Jacksonville with the North Region. Each region competes during a...
RUSSELLVILLE—Richard Harris and Timothy Smith, both of Monticello, will represent the University of Arkansas at Monticello on Saturday as the FLW College Fishing makes its final regular-season stop...
<span>There’s no sin in shooting a button buck if you want a young, tender deer. But it’s a waste of a buck tag if you’re after a mature buck—you’ll get more meat for your tag if you shoot an...
<span>The annual Drew County Ducks Unlimited banquet is Monday, Oct. 27 this year at the Monticello County Club. The meal will start at 7 p.m.</span> <span>Admission is $35 per...
Man cannot run fast enough to catch a deer, and even if he could, he doesn't have the physical strength to kill a mature whitetail. Even with a knife or spear, man would starve, because the whitetail...
It’s the final week to sign up for the Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program, sponsored by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, and receive free supplies. The program offers free trapshooting...
All athletes and coaches detest losing but, for the University of Arkansas at Monticello football team, this is getting ridiculous. For the third consecutive week, the Boll Weevils had victory...
If the man in your life is an outdoorsman, you may desire to accompany him on his trips or to learn more about the outdoors. Often, women are hesitant to learn from men for fear they will be teased...
killed her first deer on opening day of the youth hunt on November 4 at New Hope Deer Camp. The deer weighed 100 pounds. She is the daughter of Steve and Penny Sturgis. Outdoors
Ryan Akin and his 16-pound bobcat.
They’re red, tiny, and capable of creating some intense itching from their “bites”. Too small to be seen easily, they’re difficult to detect until it’s too late. The good news is that chiggers, a.k.a...
During its regular monthly meeting last week, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission agreed to a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers proposal to transfer 2,355 acres of Clay County land in the St. Francis...
<span>When the Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program (AYSSP) began in 2006 it was a great idea at just the right time. It literally exploded and quickly became the number one youth shooting...
It's not unusual for hunters to report seeing spotted fawns in the woods during the November gun deer hunt. They sometimes wonder why this happens, but it's fairly simple if you think about it. These...
<span>Humans are largely made up of water, roughly 70 percent. It varies, of course, based on many factors. Water is lost by perspiration, respiration (breathing) and elimination. Men average...
Charles Bridwell's uncle, Durward “Woody” Bridwell, holds a Lake Greeson slab crappie he caught while fishing with guide Jerry Blake (background) last week.
It sounds too simple, but it's really not. The way to avoid getting lost is to always know where you are. Some call this "staying found" and it's just that easy, at least in principle. The reason...
<span>Friends of Lindsey Hoover, a 12-year-old attending Monticello Middle School, have arranged a benefit bass tournament to help defray the Hoover family’s medical expenses. The tournament...

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