Young Hartsville racer Garrett Dies has been screeching around racetracks almost from the time he could walk, and never got a scratch.
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.
Call it a “carp coincidence.”
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.
A tiny green bug less than an inch long is capable of bringing down towering ash trees, and has decimated parts of forests in the eastern U.S.
The frustrating thing about hunting doves is that you can see them coming a mile away.
What happened to Rebekah the raccoon?
It’s Tennessee’s longest season.
Racing is a family affair for Lebanon’s Preston Young.
The thermometer on my back porch read 94 in the shade.
Lebanon’s Daniel Johnson enjoys being a big fish in a small pond – and catching some big bass out of the pond while he’s at it.
Where have all the turkeys gone?
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?
Back in the spring after a heavy rain I fished the mouth of a creek on Old Hickory Lake – or tried to. It was like trying to fish in a city dump.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency held its annual Free Fishing Day on June 10, with more and more communities sponsoring special events like Fishing Rodeos.