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WILDLIFE COMMISSION UPDATE

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency presented its 2014-15 hunting seasons recommendations at the April meeting of the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission.

A summary shows no recommended changes to the Tennessee elk hunting season. Sportsmen are reminded that the application period for the 2014 elk hunt will coincide with the normal quota hunt application period this year.

During fall turkey season, Giles, Wayne, and Lawrence counties are proposed to be closed. No changes are proposed for the spring season which is scheduled to begin April 4, 2015. The Young Sportsman Hunt is March 28-29.

The statewide changes to Wildlife Management Areas include a prohibition on releasing pen-reared upland game birds except on two field trial areas. Quota hunts are suggested for several West Tennessee WMAs that are flood prone to help reduce the pressure on turkey populations. Quail seasons would be closed on WMAs with extremely low quail populations.

Gooch, Meeman-Shelby, and White Oak would be added to the computer waterfowl blind drawing process.

In regard to manner and means, the boating and law enforcement division proposed clarifying language on hunting from a stationary vehicle.

The TFWC will set the 2014-15 hunting seasons at its next meeting slated for May 22-23 in Nashville.

 

 


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