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Arkansas Hunting and Fishing License Survey


The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC) is conducting a study of licensed hunters and anglers to learn more about your opinions on resident license fees. Arkansas hunters and anglers are our major partners in fish and wildlife conservation, and we value your opinions on this important topic.

AGFC owns 24,000 acres of lakes, 61 wildlife management areas, 5 hatcheries and 380,000 acres of land. Associated with those lands and waters are 425 miles of roads, 311 miles of levees, 389 water control structures, and nearly 600 boat ramps that the agency maintains.

The agency uses license fees, in part, to fund fish and wildlife management and critical infrastructure on public and private lands across the state. Providing quality hunting and fishing opportunities is critical to our mission, and hunters and anglers help pay for these quality opportunities by purchasing a hunting and fishing license.

You are one of only a small number of license holders randomly chosen to participate in this study. To ensure that results truly represent hunting and fishing license holders in Arkansas, it is important that we hear from you. Your answers will be kept completely confidential and will not be associated with your name, license, or stamp in any way.

AGFC has contracted Responsive Management, an independent research firm that specializes in natural resource and fish and wildlife issues, to conduct this study. If you need technical assistance with the survey, please contact Responsive Management via email at

Thank you for your time and willingness to participate.

Please click "Next" below to begin the survey.

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