Most anglers call them “trash” fish – non-game species such as carp, buffalo, drum, skipjacks and gar.
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.
Elk update: Hunters selected to participate in the state’s October elk hunt will be announced Aug. 29 during the Tennessee Game & Fish Commission’s monthly meeting.
Racing is a family affair for Lebanon’s Preston Young.
Dove Advisory: Tennessee’s dove season kicks off its traditional opening day on Sept. 1, with legal shooting hours starting at noon.
Hunters in some areas of the state – including parts of Wilson County -- are concerned about an apparent decline in turkeys, although figures indicate only a slight drop in the spring harvest.