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Tennesse Deer Feature

Tennessee Deer Forecast for 2016

by Paul Moore 0

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


Tennessee Family Fishing Destinations for 2016

by Paul Moore 0

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


Tennessee Bass Forecast for 2016

by Larry Rea 0

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

turkey forecast

Tennessee Turkey Forecast for 2016

by Paul Moore 0

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


Tennessee 2016 Fishing Calendar

by Jeff Samsel 0

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


2015 Trophy Deer Forecast: Tennessee

by Kyle Orman 0

The dense fog slowly gave way to reveal a healthy frost, with cool air bouncing off the nearby Buffalo River… more »


Tennessee Deer Forecast for 2015

by Kyle Orman 1

Logging time in the deer woods is a good thing, whether harvesting an animal or not, but if an opportunity… more »

Across the Volunteer State, anglers can pursue some of the 
hardest-fighting and best-tasting fish available anywhere: catfish.

Tennessee Catfish Forecast for 2015

by Larry Wood 0

Sure, Mr. Whiskers will never win a beauty contest, as catfish are slimy, flat-headed, big-mouthed and beady-eyed, with icky tendrils… more »


2016 Yamaha Wolverine R-Spec UTV Review

by Derrek Sigler 0

There are two kinds of ATVs that hunters buy — the utility type machines for working on food plots and… more »

As leaves start to green and flowers begin to bloom, Volunteer State turkeys get fired up for mating season. Here’s where to find them.

Tennessee Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Bruce Ingram 0

“They’ll come when they want to come, they know there are ‘hens’ down here,” said Larry Proffitt, friend and turkey… more »

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