AGFC stocks more than 1.2 million fish during September

LITTLE ROCK (AGFC.com) – Arkansas Game and Fish Commission crews stocked more than 1.2 million fish in Arkansas lakes and rivers during September, according to Mark Oliver, chief of the Fisheries Division. The total stocking of fish weighed more than 114,600 pounds.

September stockings:

Lake Ashbaugh, Greene County, 1505 catchable channel catfish

Baltz Lake, Randolph County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Bishop Park Lake, Saline County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Blue Mountain Lake, Logan County, 6,237 catchable channel catfish

Bull Shoals Lake, Boone, Baxter and Marion Counties, 27,381 yearling channel catfish

Busby Park Lake, Lonoke County, 250 catchable channel catfish

Caddo District Ponds, Montgomery County, 250 catchable channel catfish

Lake Catherine, Garland County, 4,020 yearling channel catfish

Camp JT Robinson Golf Course Pond, Pulaski County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Cave City Pond, Sharp County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Lake Charles, Lawrence County, 1210 catchable channel catfish

Community Center Pond, Pulaski County, 750 catchable channel catfish

Corning Lake, Clay County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Craighead Forest Kids Pond, Craighead County, 1,050 catchable channel catfish

Crowley's Ridge State Park Lake, Greene County, 309 catchable channel catfish

DeGray Lake, Clark and Hot Spring County, 25,362 yearling channel catfish

DeGray Lake, Clark County, 250 catchable channel catfish

DeGray Resort Golf Pond #7, Hot Spring County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Family Park Lake, Garland County, 600 catchable channel catfish

Grandview Conservation Pond, Hempstead County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Fort Roots Lake, Pulaski County, 250 catchable channel catfish

Lake Greeson, Pike County, 906,413 fingerling red ear bream

Lake Greeson, Pike County, 7,470 yearling channel catfish

Lake Hamilton, Garland County, 10,000 yearling channel catfish

Harrison City Lake, Boone County, 250 catchable channel catfish

Heritage Park Lake, Clay County, 606 catchable channel catfish

Lower Lake Hogue, Poinsett County, 503 catchable channel catfish

Horseshoe Lake, Crittenden County, 15,000 yearling channel catfish

Jonesboro Human Dev. Center Pond, Craighead County, 200 catchable channel catfish

Kiwanis Park, Pulaski County 1,000 catchable channel catfish

Little Bell Lake, Sevier County, 250 catchable channel catfish

Little Red River, Cleburne and White Counties, 11,200 catchable rainbow trout

Little Red River, White County, 3,750 yearling rainbow trout

Martin Luther King Park, Jefferson County, 866 catchable channel catfish

Merritt Park Lake, Yell County, 400 catchable channel catfish

Mike and Janet Huckabee Kids Pond, Hempstead County, 250 catchable channel catfish

Mike Freeze England Community Pond, Lonoke County, 2013 catchable channel catfish

Mirror Lake, Stone County, 2,440 catchable rainbow trout

Mom's Lake, Clay County, 400 catchable channel catfish

Moody Pond, Jefferson County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Nimrod Lake, Yell County, 6,453 yearling channel catfish

Lake Ouachita, Garland and Montgomery Counties, 61,141 yearling channel catfish

Pinnacle Mountain Pond, Pulaski County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Plum Bayou, Lonoke County, 3,071 yearling channel catfish

Poinsett Lake, Poinsett County, 1006 catchable channel catfish

Reynolds Park Lake, Fulton County, 600 catchable channel catfish

SAU Armory Pond, Columbia County, 250 catchable channel catfish

Salem City Lake, Fulton County, 600 catchable channel catfish

Scatter Creek WMA Ponds, Greene County, 500 catchable channel catfish

Shady Lake, Polk County, 150 catchable channel catfish

Shores Lake, Franklin and Polk County, 450 catchable channel catfish

Spring River, Fulton County, 11,205 catchable rainbow trout

Vera Lloyd Pond, Drew County, 200 catchable channel catfish

VFW Post Pond 4548, Pulaski County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Victory Lake, Clay County, 300 catchable channel catfish

White River, Baxter, Izard, Stone and Marion counties, 60,633 catchable rainbow trout

Williams Lake, Clay County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Greers Ferry National Fish Hatchery

Little Red River, Cleburne County, 14,035 catchable rainbow trout

Little Red River, Cleburne County, 4,185 yearling rainbow trout

Norfork National Fish Hatchery

Beaver Tailwater, Carroll County, 11,000 catchable rainbow trout

Norfork River, Baxter County, 10,590 catchable rainbow trout

Norfork River, Baxter County, 22,214 Yearling Cutthroat Trout

White River, Baxter, Izard, Marion and Stone counties, 41,960 catchable rainbow trout