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Explore Changes to Fall Hunting Regulations on “Outdoor Hotline”

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Changes are coming to Arkansas’s hunting regulations this fall, but you can be sure to stay up to date with “Outdoor Hotline” on Monday, Oct. 23, at 7 p.m. This live, call-in program will give Arkansas hunters the latest information to ensure a safe and memorable 2017 season.

Arkansas Game & Fish Commission (AGFC) officials will join host Tony Brooks to discuss the coming fall and winter hunting seasons. The episode will also provide an update on the status of chronic wasting disease in the state and share the agency’s work with water management of AGFC green tree reservoirs.

Have questions? We’d love to hear them! You can submit questions by phone at (800) 662-2386 or by e-mail at outdoors@aetn.org.

Expert panelists — including Maj. Glenn Tucker, enforcement division; Capt. Matt Flowers, enforcement division; Capt. Kirk Harris, enforcement division; Cory Gray, research division; Dr. Jen Ballard, wildlife veterinarian; Ralph Meeker, deer biologist; Brad Carner, wildlife management chief; Luke Naylor, waterfowl biologist; and Jason Jackson, wetlands biologist — will be live in our studio to provide answers.

The program is underwritten by the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission.

TUNE IN:

Monday, Oct. 23, 2017

“Outdoor Hotline,” 7 p.m.

ASK YOUR QUESTIONS:

800-662-2386

outdoors@aetn.org