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Hunting Stories and Information
Our own resident duck guide Steve McCadams has seen some great action this season...as these duck hunting pictures show
National Shooting Sports Foundation has released a report about the importance of....target shooting
TENNESSEE DEER REGISTRY STARTS MUZZLELOADER CATEGORY.....read on
Duck hunters can learn a lot about duck calling from the championship callers. Steve McCadams got some great tips from some of...Tennessee's best duck callers
The first Peregrine falcon has been trapped in Tennessee in more than 50 years...falconry
The 4th Annual
Big Dog Predator Hunt
Beagles 'n Buddies...Rabbit Hunts Sure Sooth the Soul....cotton tales
You've just taken the trophy of a lifetime, and as you anxiously climb down from your tree stand, you're mind is racing with a million different emotions. You've tagged the deer and it's legally yours...Now what?
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Since most harvested deer are field dressed before being checked out and weighed, many hunters are curious as to how much their deer would have weighed whole. Here's a chart...that gives estimates.
One of the Tennessee National Wildlife Refugeís most unique visitors has to be the Sandhill Crane. For more information...read on
Lucky turkey hunters often wonder how their trophy stacks up against other turkeys. Here's some info on...how to score your turkey
The results of a U.S. duck hunter survey tells us what duck hunters really think...read on
Young ducks and young kids met face to face this fall in the marshes of the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge. Read on, for an in depth look at the...duck banding process
The spinning-wing decoy will be making its last appearance in Arkansas during the 2004-2005 waterfowl season. Commissioners officially outlawed the use of the decoys...for more information
Tennessee isn't known for producing record book bucks, but try to tell that to Jeff Greene of Dyersburg. Jeff bagged a...Monster Tennessee Deer
Now that you've bagged a deer: What do you do with it? For a few field dressing tips and how to prepare it for the taxidermist...click here
A few Paris youngsters bagged their fair share of big old Canada geese on the early goose season...for a photo of these young hunters
Lucky turkey hunters often wonder how their trophy stacks up against other turkeys. The National Wild Turkey Federation has an official wild turkey records program...for details
The Geographic Information System specialists of the TWRA have been working to provide the public with easily accessible information...here's more
What do you get when you have sixteen anxious beagle hounds and a swamp full of briar thickets? You get a good old... rabbit hunt
Thanks to the efforts of the Springville Waterfowlers Association and others, duck hunters who have physical impairments will now have a place to go thatís ready to hunt and easily accessible...continued
Without a doubt, one of the most effective calls for early season whitetails, is the fawn bleat. Here's more info...from Paris' own game calling champion Brodie Swisher.
The TWRA urges waterfowl hunters to report leg and neck band numbers they find on ducks and geese to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service...for more info
People, hunting or fishing in Tennessee without a license under the landowner exemption law, must carry proof that they qualify for the exemption, according to the TWRA...here's more
A traditional southern dove hunt can provide a lot of enjoyment in September, but May is the best time to plan a hunt...here's how
Elmore Price lives and leaves quite a legacy as one of the pioneers in Tennessee fish and game management. Read more about this man's fascinating experiences and the growth of wildlife in Tennessee...here
Hunter Education is mandatory in Tennessee for anyone born on or after January 1, 1969. Now the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is experimenting with a CD ROM home-education course...for more info
Turkey hunter Brent Knott of Henry County sure had a good opening day. Saturday morning was the first turkey hunt for his 8-year old son Caleb, and after walking about three miles in the rain and mud...continued
What started out as a sideline has turned into quite a business for 30-year veteran taxidermist Dickie Wooten of Paris. He has been helping sportsmen preserve their memories for over three decades...here's more
The TWRA offers a reward up to $1,000.00 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of wildlife poachers...for more information
One of the more debated dove hunting topics is, "What constitutes an illegal dove field?"...here are the answers from the TWRA
After many questions and debates, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has decided to continue the early wood duck season in Tennessee, Kentucky and Florida....here's the rest
If bitten by a deer tick, take two doxycyclines within three days. Researchers at New York Medical College say their study proves the antibiotic does more than cure Lyme disease, it prevents it. In the U.S. about 15,000 cases are reported annually. The disease causes fatigue, fever and joint pain, and can lead to severe arthritis and heart damage.
A report from the National Research Council stated that man-made swamps, marshes and bogs don't even come close to doing what natural wetlands do and called for major changes to the wetland mitigation portion of the Clean Water Act.
Now that duck and goose hunting is over it's a great time
to report any bands that may have been collected off of
harvested birds. This information is crucial in maintaining our
A purchase by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service increased the size of the Chickasaw and Hatchie Wildlife refuges in West Tennessee by 43,532 acres...here's the full story
Tennessee Elk Restoration project is slated for December 19th.
"Bringing back elk to Tennessee, and the chance for our children
and grandchildren to hear elk bugle will be remembered as one of the
greatest conservation achievements of the new century", said Greer
Tidwell, Jr., President of the Tennessee Conservation League
like something out of a movie...a flock of
Sandhill Cranes is being led by ultralight from Wisconsin to
Florida by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Read
about this interesting journey.
An acquisition by the TWRA... will help to ensure some prime public hunting opportunities for middle Tennessee residents...continued
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service banned... the use of steel
shot for waterfowling in 1991. Here's a report detailing that law's
effects on our waterfowl population.
The information above is
compiled by outdoor writer