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world record whitetail

World Record Whitetail ‘Life-Changer’ for TN Hunter

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Last November, a young hunter from Sumner County took a non-typical whitetail that shattered the Tennessee record and has the… more »

Tennessee bass fishing

2017 Top Tennessee Bass Fishing Spots

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By Larry Woody Bass addicts tend to be an optimistic sort, convinced that the next cast will hook a monster…. more »

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State-Record Muskellunge Caught in Tennessee

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You don’t have to hit the upper Midwest for trophy muskellunge. Case in point is this monster of a trophy muskie… more »

Tennessee crappie fishing

Tennessee Crappie Fishing Forecast Spring 2017

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Whether young or old, Volunteer State anglers have a special place in their hearts for Tennessee crappie fishing. The sight… more »

TN Fishing Forecast Feature

2017 Tennessee Fishing Forecast

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In the Volunteer State, anglers are very fortunate to have year-round fishing opportunities. In some states, there are times of… more »

Tennesse Deer Feature

Tennessee Deer Forecast for 2016

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People often look back to the “good old days.” Well, if they are refering to deer hunting in Tennessee, the… more »

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Tennessee Family Fishing Destinations for 2016

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Packing up and heading out for vacation or even just getting away for the weekend brings a much needed break… more »

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Tennessee Bass Forecast for 2016

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There is just something transcendent about fishing, whether casting for largemouth from a boat, wading a mountain trout stream or… more »

Tennessee Turkey Forecast for 2016

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Dogwoods are blooming and countless early morning gobbles are resonating throughout the hills and bottomlands. That can mean only one… more »

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Tennessee 2016 Fishing Calendar

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The easy answer is yes; you should take the day to go fishing. Once that is decided, the only questions… more »

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