Arkansas PBS > Engage > Pressroom > 'Outdoor Hotline' to air on AETN Aug. 24
Posted 17 Aug 2017
'Outdoor Hotline,' a live, call-in program hosted by AETN Deputy Director and veteran reporter Tony Brooks, will air on the Arkansas PBS Thursday, Aug. 24, at 7 p.m.
Arkansas Game & Fish Commission officials will discuss new fisheries regulations, fall fishing opportunities, AGFC education programs, the AGFC's quail initiative and new hunting regulations for fall 2018.
Viewers can submit questions by phone, (800) 662-2386, or e-mail, email@example.com.
Panelists from the AGFC include: Matt Schroeder, fisheries management biologist; Cody Wyatt, reservoir habitat biologist; Aaron Kern, fisheries management biologist; Joe Huggins, hunter education program; Sheila Connerly, regional education coordinator; Neil Curry, Central Arkansas Nature Center; Marcus Asher, quail biologist; Bubba Groves, private lands biologist; and Steven Fowler, assistant chief of wildlife management.
The program is underwritten by the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission.
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