When someone calls you an “old buzzard” it’s generally not intended to be a compliment.
Deer harvest down: The TWRA reported 4,823 deer killed during the first weekend of muzzleloader season, compared to 10,960 in the opening weekend last year.
The other day a neighbor who knows I’m a hunter called with an odd request. He asked if I would come over and shoot three armadillos that were rooting around in his back yard.
Lebanon racer Hunter Wright lost last season’s Legends Series championship at Highland Rim Speedway in a down-to-the-wire battle with fellow Wilson County driver Dylan Fetcho.
It’s that time of year when motorists need to be on the lookout for deer darting across highways – and contrary to persistent media reports, it’s not because they’re being chased by hunters.
TWRA campaign: The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has launched a major campaign to try to prevent the introduction of Chronic Wasting Disease into the state’s deer population.
You dropped a big buck with what appeared to be a well-placed shot, but it bounced up and bounded away, disappearing into a vast thicket of underbrush.
I killed my first deer as a teenager in 1963 – a little forkhorn buck – and the night before the hunt I was so excited I couldn’t fall asleep.
Lebanon racer Preston Young turned a slow start into a fast finish, winning three of the final four races in the Legends Series at Nashville’s Fairgrounds Speedway, including the recent season finale.
Fall turkey season is over.