A new tick-borne disease that is more serious than Lyme Disease is prompting warnings from health care officials for outdoorsmen to take precautions.
The mystery of a Tennessee-record turkey killed in Wilson County is solved. It was a simple matrimonial mix-up.
Turtle mystery: TWRA biologists are baffled over the discovery of a huge dead alligator snapping turtle in Center Hill Lake. Alligator snappers are generally found in the warmer waters of West Tennessee.
If the racing team of Mt. Juliet driver Joseph Meyer had a theme song, it probably would be a version of the mournful old Hee Haw melody:
Fish kill: Thousands of silver carp have died in recent weeks in Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. The TWRA said it is a “natural die-off” affecting only that particular species, and has not impacted any other fish.
Earlier this month I wandered into a time machine, with the dial turned back to the 18th century.
The current issue of Tennessee Game & Fish Magazine has a photo of woman identified as Brittnee Reynolds, posing with "her state record turkey in Wilson County."
Tennessee's spring squirrel season opens May 13 and runs through June 11, and although the TWRA doesn't keep count of how many hunters participate, I suspect the number is small.
When Lebanon’s Tim White invited me to go on a recent frog hunt I jumped at the chance. I was hopping with excitement.
Bass Tourney: The Old Hickory Percy Priest Bass Tournament (OHPPBT) will be held May 13 on Old Hickory Lake out of Shutes Branch.