Travel in Little Rock, AR

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LITTLE ROCK — With only a few days left to look, many people are scrambling to find that perfect gift for their father, but no trinket, tie or bottle of aftershave can compare with a few quiet hours together watching the water and waiting on a fish to bite
With hundreds of fishing locations across the state, there’s a great place to wet a line within a short drive from practically every Arkansan.
If you’re a trout angler, you’d…

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MAYFLOWER — The water level at Craig D. Campbell Lake Conway Reservoir has surpassed flood stage, and is continuing to rise one foot every 24 hours. Portions of Arkansas Highway 89 are expected to be blocked by floodwater by the end of the day
The lake is still expected to exceed 5 feet above normal pool by Friday, and additional rains may increase that total.
Although the Arkansas River at Toad Suck appears to have crested at 285.4 feet…

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HEBER SPRINGS — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will host a special public meeting about the progress made in habitat work and trout management efforts on the Little Red River below Greers Ferry Dam. The open public meeting will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., June 6 in Room Four of the Heber Springs Community Center at 201 Bobbie Jean Lane in Heber Springs
“We have many specific goals in our current management plan that the…

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STUTTGART — A new, friendly competition may be a great way to bring awareness to a conservation issue and help feed needy families in Arkansas this February. The first World Championship Snow Goose Conservation Hunt competition will take place, Feb. 9-10 at Mack’s Prairie Wings in Stuttgart
The competition enables teams of 10 hunters each to harvest as many snow geese as…

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LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, in cooperation with Quail Forever and the Arkansas Forestry Association, will be hosting special workshops for land managers on how and when to use fire to promote better wildlife habitat on their property. Workshops are scheduled for Malvern, Mountain View and Ash Flat in the next few weeks, and more will be scheduled…