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Arkansas Game and Fish Commission stocks more than 590,000 fish in Arkansas during July

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Game and Fish Commission crews stocked over 590,000 fish in Arkansas lakes and rivers during July, according to Mark Oliver, chief of the Fisheries Division. The total stocking of fish weighed more than 123,500 pounds.

July stockings:
Bald Knob Community Pond, White County, 3,000 fingerling bluegill bream
Boyle Park Pond, Pulaski County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Bull Shoals Lake, Marion County, 3,040 catchable channel catfish
Bull Shoals Lake, Boone County, 200,000 yearling black crappie
Camden/Fairview High School Pond, Ouachita County, 400 catchable channel catfish
Cane Creek State Park Pond, Lincoln County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Craighead Forest Kids Pond, Craighead County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Lake Dieffenbacher, Miller County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Entergy Park Lake, Garland County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Eudora City Lake, Chicot County, 400 catchable channel catfish
Family Park Lake, Garland County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Grandview Conservation Pond, Hempstead County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Lake Hamilton, Garland County, 2,500 yearling channel catfish
Huckleberry Lake, Pope County, 311 yearling grass carp
Kitten Bay, Faulkner County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Little Red River, Cleburne County, 5,500 catchable rainbow trout
MacArthur Park Lake, Pulaski County, 1,500 catchable channel catfish
Mirror Lake, Stone County, 2,000 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Monticello, Drew County, 36,000 fingerling threadfin shad
Lake Ouachita, Garland County, 750 catchable channel catfish
Lake Ouachita, Garland and Montgomery Counties, 46,280 yearling channel catfish
Rich Mountain Comm. College Pond, Polk County, 200 catchable channel catfish
SAU Armory Pond, Columbia County, 200 catchable channel catfish
SAU Duck Pond, Columbia County, 300 catchable channel catfish
Shady Lake, Polk County, 150 catchable channel catfish
Spring River, Fulton County, 16,180 catchable rainbow trout
Upper White Oak Lake, Ouachita County, 50,500 fingerling threadfin shad
Veteran’s Park Pond, Logan County, 800 fingerling bluegill bream
Veteran’s Park Pond, Logan County, 350 yearling channel catfish
Veteran’s Park Pond, Logan County, 200 fingerling largemouth bass
White River, Baxter, Izard, Marion and Stone Counties, 81,806 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Wilhelmina, Polk County, 600 catchable channel catfish
Willow Beach Park Lake, Pulaski County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Greers Ferry NFH
Little Red River, Cleburne County, 27,380 catchable rainbow trout
Norfork NFH
Beaver Tailwater, Carroll County, 10,236 catchable rainbow trout
Beaver Tailwater, Carroll County, 16,578 fingerling rainbow trout
Mirror Lake, Stone County, 1,000 catchable rainbow trout
Norfork River, Baxter County, 11,343 fingerling rainbow trout
Norfork River, Baxter County, 14,902 catchable rainbow trout
White River, Baxter, Izard, Marion and Stone Counties, 50,245 catchable rainbow trout
White River, Baxter County, 3,635 fingerling cutthroat trout

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