Growing up, I assumed the scorching days of mid-summer were called Dog Days because old dogs tended to spend their time lying in the shade, panting.
I probably shouldn’t tell my hunting buddies, but I’ve got a pet raccoon.
After finishing runner-up to fellow Lebanon racer Dylan Fetcho in last season’s tight Legends Series championship battle at Highland Rim Speedway, Hunter Wright came back this year determined to improve his position.
When the summer temperatures sizzle, there’s no cooler fishing than wading a shallow, rippling creek.
I’ve always said you could enjoy a trip to Reelfoot Lake without bothering to take any fishing tackle, and my wife and I proved it one day last week.
Poison ivy warning: Reader Gene Caballero offers this advice for summertime outdoorsmen:
Anyone who enjoys history, hiking, wildlife watching or the outdoors in general owes it to themselves to take a trek down the Natchez Trace.
Scott and Steber were close friends. Scott ran his idea by Steber: a nationally organized bass-fishing program, complete with big-money tournaments. Steber supported it. But what to call it?
“Operation Dry Water” was in effect during the July 4 weekend as the TWRA joined a national crackdown on boating under the influence.
Two adults and a child were charged with killing a deer and dumping the carcass into a swimming pool at a Williamson County home.