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AGFC stocks 297,000 fish during March

 LITTLE ROCK (AGFC) – Arkansas Game and Fish Commission crews stocked over 297,000 fish in Arkansas lakes and rivers during March, according to Mark Oliver, chief of the Fisheries Division. The total stocking of fish weighed more than 90,400 pounds.

March stockings:
Amon's Lake, Baxter County, 300 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Atalanta, Benton County, 2,000 catchable rainbow trout
Aztec Lake, Fulton County, 350 yearling channel catfish
Bald Knob City Lake, White County, 1,000 catchable channel catfish
Bobcat Pond, Prairie County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Bobs Pond, Prairie County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Bradley County Lake, Bradley County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Brown Pool, St. Francis County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Bull Shoals Lake, Baxter and Marion Counties, 20,000 catchable rainbow trout
Cabot Community Pond, Lonoke County, 200 catchable rainbow trout
Camp Kia-Kima Lake, Fulton County, 350 yearling channel catfish
Cane Creek Lake, Lincoln County, 855 catchable channel catfish
Cane Creek St Park Pond, Lincoln County, 400 catchable channel catfish
Lake Catherine, Garland County, 3,324 catchable rainbow trout
Cedar Valley Lake, Fulton County, 350 catchable channel catfish
Chanute Lake, Fulton County, 440 catchable channel catfish
Lake Charles, Lawrence County, 1,200 catchable channel catfish
Cherokee Lake, Sharp County, 400 yearling channel catfish
Craighead Forest Kids Pond, Craighead County, 225 catchable rainbow trout
Cypress Bayou Pond, Lonoke County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Lake DeGray, Hot Spring County, 1,821 catchable channel catfish
Lake Des Arc, Prairie County, 1,061 catchable channel catfish
Diamond Lake, Izard County, 600 yearling grass carp
Doe Pond, Prairie County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Field Trial Pond, Prairie County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Flowers Lake, St. Francis County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Greenwood City Lake, Sebastian County, 912 catchable channel catfish
Gurdon Lake, Clark County, 15,000 fingerling redear bream
Gurdon Lake, Clark County, 50,000 fingerling fathead minnows
Harris Brake Lake, Perry County, 50,000 fingerling redear bream
Lake Hinkle, Scott County, 1,456 catchable channel catfish
Lower Lake Hogue, Poinsett County, 500 yearling channel catfish
Horseshoe Lake, Crittenden County, 18,179 yearling channel catfish
Lake Jack Nolen, Sebastian County, 336 catchable channel catfish
Lake June, Sharp County, 350 yearling channel catfish
Little Missouri River, Montgomery County, 1,792 catchable rainbow trout
Little Red River, Cleburne and White Counties, 9,000 catchable rainbow trout
Little Red River, White County, 1,500 catchable channel catfish
MacArthur Park Lake, Pulaski County, 200 catchable rainbow trout
Mamas Pond, Prairie County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Mammoth Pond, Prairie County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Lake Millwood, Little River County, 6,845 yearling Florida bass
Mirandy Lake, Sharp County, 600 yearling channel catfish
Mirror Lake, Stone County, 1,000 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Monticello, Drew County, 42 adult Florida bass
Murphy Park Lake, Washington County, 450 catchable rainbow trout
Navajo Lake, Sharp County, 350 yearling channel catfish
Narrows Dam Tailwater, Pike County, 5,337 catchable rainbow trout
Ola City Lake, Yell County, 350 catchable channel catfish
Old Forrester Pond, Scott County, 304 catchable channel catfish
Omaha Lake, Fulton County, 840 yearling channel catfish
Osage Hills, Sharp County, 480 yearling channel catfish
Ouachita River, Hot Spring County, 1,098 catchable rainbow trout
Pheasant Pond, Prairie County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Lake Pickthorne, Lonoke County, 530 catchable channel catfish
Pine Tree Station, St. Francis County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Lake Poinsett, Poinsett County, 1,000 yearling channel catfish
Pond F-1, St. Francis County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Quail Pond, Prairie County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Rabbit Pond, Prairie County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Rainbow Lake, Sharp County, 350 yearling channel catfish
Rattlesnake Pond, Prairie County, 152 catchable channel catfish
Rich Mountain Community College Pond, Polk County, 300 catchable rainbow trout
Rock Creek, Pulaski County, 200 catchable rainbow trout
Searcy City Lake, White County, 200 catchable channel catfish
Lake Sequoyah, Sharp County, 500 yearling channel catfish
Sherwood Lake, Sharp County, 680 yearling channel catfish
Spring Lake, Sharp County, 350 yearling channel catfish
Spring River, Fulton County, 6,730 catchable rainbow trout
Lake Springdale, Washington County, 450 catchable rainbow trout
Sugar Loaf Lake, Sebastian County, 496 catchable channel catfish
Thunderbird Lake, Sharp County, 1,422 yearling channel catfish
Truman Baker Lake, Scott County, 301 catchable channel catfish
Vagabond Lake, Sharp County, 600 yearling channel catfish
Lake Valencia, Pulaski County, 325 catchable rainbow trout
Waldron City Lake, Scott County, 650 catchable channel catfish
Ward City Lake, Lonoke County, 150 catchable channel catfish
Wells Lake, Sebastian County, 800 catchable rainbow trout
West Memphis City Park Lake, Crittenden County, 250 catchable rainbow trout
White River, Baxter, Izard and Marion Counties, 32,100 catchable rainbow trout
Wild Plum Lake, Sharp County, 350 yearling channel catfish
Wilkins Pond, St. Francis County, 152 catchable channel catfish

Greers Ferry National Fish Hatchery
Little Red River, Cleburne County, 12,030 catchable rainbow trout

Norfork National Fish Hatchery
Beaver Tailwater, Carroll County, 7,250 catchable rainbow trout
Norfork River, Baxter County, 1,234 catchable rainbow trout
White River, Baxter, Izard and Marion Counties, 22,345 catchable rainbow trout

 

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