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Crossbow Hunting / The State Of Arkansas.

 2009-10 Legal Hunting Equipment Archery.

Long, recurve and compound bows: Must have at least a 40-pound pull. Scopes may not be used. String locks and mechanical string releases may be used. Deer, turkey and bear hunters are required to use arrowheads at least 7/8-inches wide. Poison may not be used on arrows. Mechanical broadheads allowed.

Crossbow: Crossbows must have at least a 125-pound pull and a mechanical safety. Deer, turkey and bear hunters are required to use arrowheads at least 7/8-inches wide. Poison may not be used on arrows. Scopes may be used. Mechanical broadheads allowed. Crossbows are not allowed for taking elk.

 Note to archery hunters: When archery hunting during an open firearms season, archery hunters must follow the bag limits of the firearms season.

 (2009) The state of Arkansas has an estimated population of white-tailed deer of 1,000,000 for crossbow hunters to pursue.

 Hogs on Wildlife Management Areas.

 The AGFC encourages hunters to shoot all feral hogs they see on WMAs. Hunters may kill feral hogs on WMAs during daylight hours during any open hunting season as long as they are using a weapon legal for that season. Only permit holders may hunt feral hogs during special permit hunts. Feral hogs killed on WMAs can be taken for processing or left where they were shot. Hunters may not use dogs, bait or traps to hunt feral hogs on WMAs and may not hunt at night.

 The following WMAs have particularly high hog numbers. They may suffer extreme loss of habitat for deer, turkey and other wildlife if feral hogs are not eradicated:

  • Cut-Off Creek WMA
  • Gulf Mountain WMA
  • Petit Jean River WMA
  • Dr. Lester Sitzes III Bois d’Arc WMA
  • Gene Rush WMA
  • Harold E. Alexander Spring River WMA
  • Sulphur River WMA
  • Shirey Bay Rainey Brake WMA

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