Duck hunters, get ready. ArkansasSports360.com has finally launched the first edition of Greenhead, an annual guide to duck hunting in Arkansas. You can get it a print copy here or in the latest edition of Arkansas Business newspaper, or you can check out the free digital edition.
Yep, ArkansasSports360.com Editor Jim Harris knows the Hogs. But he also knows ducks. And inside the 64-page print edition, he’s included articles and features from knowledgeable, longtime duck hunters. There’s also directories of hunting lodges and guides in Arkansas, as well as the state’s public hunting grounds.
Among the stories in the inaugural edition:
- Conflicting climate change information has hunters debate the effects on watefowl
- 11 Arkansas executives share their passion for the hunt
- How continued training is key to getting the most out of your retriever
- A look at Lile Real Estate, which helps landowners assess and improve land as habitat and recreational ground
- Diners, drive-ins and duck dives: The best places to eat before and after the hunt
- A look at Marc Dillard’s mobile duck blind
And of course, there’s the small matter of the website you’re now reading, Greenhead.net.
We launch today with all the stories from the print edition, an expanded directory of the lodges and guide services you saw in print, hunters’ classifieds, properties for lease, forums and this very Greenhead Duck Blind Blog, which is constantly updated with the latest news, photos, videos and more.
With the print edition coming out only once a year, we’ll rely heavily on the website and blog to get you the latest on how the waterfowl season is progressing. And we’ll be relying on you to share with us your stories, photos and videos from the hunt. In fact, you can begin sending in your photos from seasons past right here, and we’ll have videos up soon.
In addition to keeping up with us here, you can follow everything on our Greenhead Facebook page.
So get ready. The start of the season is just around the corner. And until then, we want your feedback. Let us know in comments what you like about the magazine, what you’d like to see in future editions and what you’d like to see online right here at Greenhead.net.