Outdoor Hotline is a 60-minute call-in program with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission officials answering questions about hunting, fishing, conservation and other wildlife-associated recreation in The Natural State. Viewers can submit questions by phone, (800) 662-2386; e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org or via live, on-air phone, (800) 662-2386.
Outdoor Hotline October 2017 Arkansas Game & Fish Commission (AGFC) officials will discuss hunting regulations, updated information on chronic wasting disease and water management on AGFC green tree reservoirs.
Outdoor Hotline August 2017 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.
Outdoor Hotline April 2017 Arkansas Game & Fish Commission officials discuss fishing and fisheries habitat improvement; the AGFC's private lands program and the renewed push to restore northern bobwhite quail populations in Arkansas; and changes the AGFC is implementing in the fall for management of green tree reservoirs on wildlife management areas.
Outdoor Hotline October 2016 Arkansas Game and Fish Commission officials discuss the 2016 fall and winter hunting seasons, with an emphasis the state's first hunting season since the detection of chronic wasting disease in deer and elk. The agency's waterfowl biologist provide a report on duck and goose hunting in the state and AGFC panelists also discuss feral swine and methods being used to control them.