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NWA Fish Biologist

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  1. The Arkansas Game and Fish has a new way to share information about Fisheries in Arkansas. If you are interested, click on the attached website and sign up for the part of the state you are interested in. Once you sign up, you will receive periodic emails about what is going on in NWA or all over the state. [http://bit.ly/fisheriesnews](http://bit.ly/fisheriesnews)
  2. The Arkansas Game and Fish will be working on the parking lot at Parker Bottoms on Tuesday and Wednesday (August 9 and 10) to repair damage from flooding. The parking lot will be closed for the repairs. If you have any questions, please contact me at the following email. Jon Stein AGFC Jonathan.Stein@agfc.ar.gov
  3. The Arkansas Game and Fish will be working on the parking lot at Parker Bottoms on Tuesday and Wednesday (August 9 and 10) to repair damage from flooding. The parking lot will be closed for the repairs. If you have any questions, please contact me at the following email. Jon Stein AGFC Jonathan.Stein@agfc.ar.gov
  4. Attached is our newsletter for the northwest part of Arkansas. If you have any questions, contact me at the email below. Jon Stein AGFC 2805 West Oak Street Rogers, AR 72758 Jonathan.Stein@agfc.ar.gov D-1_Newsletter_2016-1.docx
  5. I just wanted to let you know about a habitat project we are working on this year. AGFC is working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Beaver Lake Office to conduct a fish habitat project on Beaver Lake. The project will have two goals that will improve fish and wildlife habitat on Beaver Lake by thinning cedar trees. The Corps of Engineers has given us permission to cut cedar trees on the Islands (Deer, Bear and Shadox) and sink them as fish habitat. Plans are to cut and sink up to 800 trees in the next year and habitat structures will be marked with a GPS. GPS coordinates will be available on our GIS website (http://gis.agfc.com/). We will continually update the GIS coordinates as we sink more trees. If anyone has questions or wants more information about the project, contact our fisheries office in Rogers at the following number or email address. If you know of some good spots to place brush, we can place some of the cedar trees in those areas. The only catch is that everyone will know where they are. Good luck fishing in this cooler weather. Jon Stein AGFC Fisheries District 1 2805 West Oak Street Rogers, AR 72758 (479) 631-6005 Jonathan.Stein@agfc.ar.us
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