Arkansas Game and Fish Commission wants your worn-out Christmas tree.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission asks that leftover Christmas trees be dropped off at several sites around the state for use in improving the state's fisheries.
Christmas trees provide cheap, quality underwater structures. Studies have shown that fish utilize underwater structure for cover.
Drop off trees at the following locations:
- Lake Hamilton – Andrew Hulsey State Fish Hatchery Access Area.
- Cox Creek Lake – Cox Creek Lake Access Area.
- Lake Chicot – Connerly Bayou Access Area.
- Camden – AGFC Regional Office on Ben Lane.
- Upper White Oak Lake – Upper Jack’s Landing.
- Magnolia – Columbia County Road Dept Yard on Highway 371.
- El Dorado – City recycling center drop-offs: one behind Arby’s and one on South Jackson.
- Smackover – Recycling Drop-Off Center (these will be transported to El Dorado).
- Millwood Lake – Cottonshed, White Cliffs Recreation Areas and the Millwood State Park ramp on the point.
- Dierks Lake – Jefferson Ridge South Recreation Area.
- DeQueen Lake – Any Corps of Engineers boat ramp.
- Gillham Lake – Any Corps of Engineers boat ramp.
- Lake Greeson – New Cowhide Cove and Self Creek Recreation Areas.
- Arkansas River – Alltel Access underneath the I-30 Bridge.
- Lake Pickthorne – Near the boat ramp.
- Greers Ferry Lake – Sandy Beach (Heber Springs), Devils Fork Recreation Area and Choctaw Recreation Area (Choctaw-Clinton).
- Dardanelle Lake – Dwight Mission Access, Highway 64/Piney Access, Cabin Creek Slough Access. Jack Nolen Lake – Largest access ramp on rip-rap near ramp.
- Lake Conway – Lawrence Landing Access.
- Harris Brake Lake – Chittman Hill Access.
- Lake Overcup – Lake Overcup Landing.
- Lake Barnett – Reed Access.
- Jonesboro – Craighead Forest Park Lake boat ramp.
- Lake Elmdale – Boat Ramp Access.
- Bob Kidd Lake – Boat Ramp Access.
- Crystal Lake – Boat Ramp Access.
For more information call (501) 223-6300 or click here.