AGFC, Camp Robinson Hunting Agreement

Camp Robinson Hunting

LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and Arkansas National Guard recently revised their memorandum of understanding to continue hunting access at a portion of Camp Robinson in Pulaski County. The new agreement will reduce the amount of land accessible to hunters and anglers, but will still maintain a sizeable area within easy reach of central Arkansas.

Many training areas have been closed to public access on a day-to-day basis during the last year based on training schedules and operations, but the new MOU will officially reduce the wildlife management area portion of the property from 19,648 acres to 9,319 acres. This size reduction also has reduced the number of deer hunting permits available during the annual draw permit hunts from 400 to 200 at Camp Robinson WMA.

The new agreement, signed by Maj. Gen. Mark H. Berry, Arkansas’ adjutant general, and Pat Fitts, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission director, allows hunting in training areas 10, 11, 12 and 13 on the military installation. All other training areas will be off-limits for public hunting and fishing or related activities.       MORE

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