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More than 298,000 fish stocked in Arkansas during February

LITTLE ROCK (AGFC) – Arkansas Game and Fish Commission crews stocked over 298,000 fish in Arkansas lakes and rivers during February, according to Mark Oliver, chief of the Fisheries Division. The total stocking of fish weighed more than 88,400 pounds.

February stockings:
Amon's Lake, Baxter County, 600 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Atalanta, Benton County, 2,900 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Austell, Cross County, 504 yearling blue catfish
Boyle Park Pond, Pulaski County, 400 catchable rainbow trout
Bramble Park Lake, Miller County, 3,000 fingerling bluegill bream
Cabot Community Pond, Lonoke County, 1,000 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Catherine, Garland County, 11,509 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Cherrywood, Pulaski County, 500 catchable rainbow trout
Craighead Forest Kids Pond, Craighead County, 1,165 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Dieffenbacher, Miller County, 500 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Dunn, Cross County, 408 yearling blue catfish
Entergy Park Lake, Garland County, 400 catchable rainbow trout
Family Park Lake, Garland County, 267 catchable rainbow trout
Gurdon Lake, Clark County, 32,000 fingerling bluegill bream
Lake Hamilton, Garland County, 6,704 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Hamilton, Garland County, 5,000 yearling channel catfish
Kiwanis Park, Pulaski County, 500 catchable rainbow trout
Little Missouri River, Montgomery County, 3,857 catchable rainbow trout
MacArthur Park Lake, Pulaski County, 500 catchable rainbow trout
Marion McCollum/Lake Greenlee, Monroe County, 5,018 yearling Florida bass
Martin Luther King Park, Jefferson County, 500 catchable rainbow trout
Mirror Lake, Stone County, 1,000 catchable rainbow trout
Murphy Park Lake, Washington County, 600 catchable rainbow trout
Narrows Dam Tailwater, Pike County, 14,748 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Norfork, Baxter County, 22,176 yearling channel catfish
Norfork River, Baxter County, 3,000 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Norrell, Saline County, 36,000 fingerling bluegill bream
Otter Creek Park Pond, Pulaski County, 500 catchable rainbow trout
Ouachita River, Hot Spring County, 2,815 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Pineda, Garland County, 36,000 fingerling bluegill bream
Pleasant View Park Pond, Pope County, 400 catchable rainbow trout
Rich Mountain Comm. College Pond, Polk County, 300 catchable rainbow trout
Rock Creek, Pulaski County, 1,300 catchable rainbow trout
Salem City Lake, Fulton County, 300 catchable rainbow trout
Sherwood City Pond, Pulaski County, 500 catchable rainbow trout
Spring River, Fulton County, 4,240 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Springdale, Washington County, 600 catchable rainbow trout
Stinger Lake, Stone County, 200 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Valenica, Pulaski County, 1,000 catchable rainbow trout
War Memorial Park, Pulaski County, 400 catchable rainbow trout
Wells Lake, Sebastian County, 1,700 catchable rainbow trout
West Memphis City Park Lake, Crittenden County, 750 catchable rainbow trout
White River, Baxter, Izard, Marion and Stone Counties, 53,066 catchable rainbow trout

Greers Ferry NFH
Little Red River, Cleburne County, 11,220 catchable rainbow trout

Norfork NFH
Beaver Tailwater, Carroll County, 3,500 catchable rainbow trout
Norfork River, Baxter County, 2,199 catchable rainbow trout
White River, Baxter, Izard, Marion and Stone Counties, 22,431 catchable rainbow trout
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