SPRING BREAK: AGFC’s Fisheries Program will be presenting some unique angling opportunities

SPRING BREAK: AGFC’s Family and Community Fisheries Program will be presenting some unique angling opportunities at each of the four AGFC nature centers around the state. Hundreds of rainbow trout and channel catfish, inclucing at least two BIG blue catfish are being stocked to provide some exciting opportunities for families during spring break.

As an added incentive, 25 fish at each nature center location will be tagged for special prizes that can be claimed at the centers. The fish are being provided by the AGFC’s hatchery system. Each of the uniquely-themed nature centers presents a great opportunity to get hands-on learning about science in the outdoors.

The fish will be stocked at the MacArthur Park Pond in Little Rock, MLK Park Pond in Pine Bluff, Craighead Forest Park Pond in Jonesboro and Well’s Lake in Fort Smith. Information on each of the nature centers can be found HERE. For dates, times and locations on the free fishing clinics, go HERE.

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