• Follow the fins: Crappie move to shallow end

    April 8, 2021 Comments Off on Follow the fins: Crappie move to shallow end Featured, Fishing, Latest, On The Water

    Anglers are hot on the crappie trail as the water warms at Lake Sequoyah on the east edge of Fayetteville. Mike McBride of Winslow follows the tasty panfish as they move from deep water in late winter into the shallows at springtime. Crappie were somewhere in between

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  • LISTEN: It’s morel mushroom hunting season

    April 8, 2021 Comments Off on LISTEN: It’s morel mushroom hunting season Featured, Hiking, Latest

      Now that it is spring, Mushroom hunting season is upon us. Catch up with Flip Putthoff, Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette outdoors writer, as he gives a few tips and tricks on where to hunt them, how to hunt them and how to cook them.

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  • Royal Ozarks gorge: Rocky hollow a natural for nature park

    April 8, 2021 Comments Off on Royal Ozarks gorge: Rocky hollow a natural for nature park Featured, Hiking, Latest, Nature

    Plenty of picnic tables dot this walk in the park. So do colorful bluffs, clear-flowing streams and waterfalls galore. Elk, white-tail deer and bison call this 10,000-acre swath of Ozarks home at Dogwood Canyon Nature Park in southwest Missouri, about 30 minutes east

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  • Water, water always

    April 8, 2021 Comments Off on Water, water always Featured, Fishing, Latest, On The Water

    Nature has created a wealth of creeks and rivers that twist through quiet hollows. Yet the hand of man shaped one shining gem in the tiara of Ozark streams. The White River below Beaver Dam is a paddler’s paradise any season of the year. When natural streams go

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Road diet improves safety

April 8, 2021 Comments Off on Road diet improves safety Cycling, Latest

Dane Eifling Special to the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Orange barrels line the roads as often as not here in our corner of the state. The new road projects are mostly extensions or lane additions. But a select few are actually shrinking the space we offer to cars. Why? The

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April 8, 2021

NWA Outdoor Briefs

Group sets trail treks Hill ‘N Dale hiking club will explore several of the

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April 8, 2021

Follow the fins: Crappie move to shallow end

Anglers are hot on the crappie trail as the water warms at Lake Sequoyah on the east

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April 8, 2021

LISTEN: It’s morel mushroom hunting season

  Now that it is spring, Mushroom hunting season is upon us. Catch up with Flip

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April 8, 2021

Royal Ozarks gorge: Rocky hollow a natural for nature park

Plenty of picnic tables dot this walk in the park. So do colorful bluffs,

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April 8, 2021

Festival celebrates off-road biking

The 32nd annual Ozark Mountain Bike Festival at Devil’s Den State Park is

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April 8, 2021

Catch of day goes from stream to grill

A smoked trout dinner is a tasty finale to a fine day of trout fishing on the White

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April 8, 2021

Boat-launch practice pays dividends at ramp

Flip Putthoff NWA Democat-Gazette With the surge in boat sales comes platoons of new

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April 8, 2021

Water, water always

Nature has created a wealth of creeks and rivers that twist through quiet hollows.

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  • NWA fishing report

    April 8, 2021 Comments Off on NWA fishing report Fishing Report

    Beaver Lake White bass fishing is picking up in the White and War Eagle tributaries. Reese Jones at Hook, Line and Sinker in Rogers said fishing is best in the Twin Bridges area of the White River. Action is picking up in the War Eagle River. Small white grubs, small Rat-L-Traps or Alabama rigs are …

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