Elk hunt: Three of seven hunters tagged elk during last week’s archery segment of the state’s annual elk hunt in East Tennessee, and Manchester’s Reed Johnson also was successful on the Youth Hunt.
A hiker in a Colorado park died earlier this month after being bitten by a rattlesnake -- a grim reminder for outdoorsmen to remain vigilant even though summer is over.
I’m perfectly content to do my deer hunting with my feet planted firmly on the ground. I’ve been doing it for more than a half-century, have tagged about 150 deer, and see no reason to change now.
We sat around the campfire watching sparks drift up, wink, and die in the darkness. A pale sliver of moon hovered high above, and the only sound was the lonesome call of a whip-poor-will off in the distance.
Deer disease: The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency continues to monitor reported outbreaks of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease, also known as “Blue Tongue.”
Earlier this year I received one of the most enjoyable magazine assignments I’ve ever had. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency asked me to write a story about Stephen Tucker, the young Gallatin hunter who last November killed a world-record
Sep 27, 2017 at 8:30 AM
Tennessee’s fall turkey archery season opens Sept. 23, concurrent with deer archery season, and every year more turkeys are being taken with a bow.
Since its inception in 1998, Hunters for the Hungry has provided meals for more than five million needy Tennesseans.
When the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency launched its elk-restoration program in December, 2000, its goal was to do for elk what it had done for whitetail deer and wild turkeys.
Elk winners: Fifteen permit-winners for Tennessee’s October elk hunt were announced at last week’s meeting of the Tennessee Game & Fish Commission, and no Wilson County hunters were drawn.
Deer concern: The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is concerned about an outbreak of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) that has been reported in 20 counties, including Sumner.
The frustrating thing about hunting doves is that you can see them coming a mile away.
What happened to Rebekah the raccoon?
For Lebanon’s Michael Bobel, newly-appointed caretaker of sprawling Old Hickory Wildlife Management Area, the biggest concern is not poachers or other miscreants, but rather, Mother Nature.
It’s Tennessee’s longest season.