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Tennessee Hunting

Everything you need to plan your hunting trips in Tennessee, from maps and regulations to season dates, game animals, quotas, and hunting units. Plus much more! Start your research right here.

Overview

Known For

Tennessee is known for having world-record whitetail deer. The non-typical whitetail record (47-point, 312-inch) and a unique 191-inch “velvet” buck were both harvested in Tennessee. In addition to whitetail deer, hunters can pursue elk, bear, waterfowl, and various small game.

Terrain

Tennessee’s terrain varies from the Appalachian Mountains in the east, with more than a dozen peaks higher than 6,000 feet, to the flat, fertile plains along the Mississippi River on the western edge of the state. Near the middle is the Cumberland Plateau, made of river valleys and small rolling hills. Much of the land in Tennessee is used for agricultural purposes.

Tennessee Hunting Seasons

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Season Start Date End Date
Bear
Bear – Archery
Zone 1, 2, 3, 4. No dogs permitted.
Sep 24, 2022 Oct 21, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 1 E
Bear Hunt Zone 3
Oct 1, 2022 Oct 2, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 1 A
Bear Hunt Zone 1
Oct 1, 2022 Oct 3, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 1 F
Bear Hunt Zone 3
Oct 8, 2022 Oct 14, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 1 C
Bear Hunt Zone 2
Oct 8, 2022 Oct 11, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 1 B
Bear Hunt Zone 1
Oct 8, 2022 Oct 9, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 1 D
Bear Hunt Zone 2
Oct 14, 2022 Oct 16, 2022
Bear
Bear – Youth
Zone 1, 2, 3 No dogs permitted.
Oct 29, 2022 Oct 30, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 2 B
Bear Hunt Zone 2 and 3.
Oct 31, 2022 Nov 4, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 2 A
Bear Hunt Zone 1
Nov 7, 2022 Nov 14, 2022
Bear
Bear – Gun/Muzzleloader/Archery (No dogs permittted)
Nov 19, 2022 Nov 22, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 3 B
Bear Hunt Zone 2
Nov 28, 2022 Dec 22, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 3 C
Bear Hunt Zone 3
Nov 28, 2022 Dec 11, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 3 A
Bear Hunt Zone 1
Nov 28, 2022 Dec 14, 2022
Bear
Bear – Segment 4
Bear Hunt Zone 3
Dec 29, 2022 Jan 1, 2023
Bobcat
Bobcat
Bag limit 1 per day. Pelts need to be tagged.
Nov 18, 2022 Feb 28, 2023
Coyote
Coyote
No closed season. No limit.
Jan 1, 2022 Dec 31, 2022
Sandhill Crane
Sandhill Crane 1 – Statewide
Bag limit is the amount of tags awarded to the hunter.
Dec 3, 2022 Jan 12, 2023
Sandhill Crane
Sandhill Crane – Southeast Crane Zone
Bag limit is the amount of tags awarded to the hunter.
Dec 3, 2022 Jan 12, 2023
Sandhill Crane
Sandhill Crane – Southeast Crane Zone 2
Bag limit is the amount of tags awarded to the hunter.
Jan 16, 2023 Jan 31, 2023
Deer
Deer – August Hunt
Private lands only and archery only, except in Unit CWD where guns and muzzleloaders are allowed and select public lands are additionally open for hunting. Check regulations for more details.
Aug 26, 2022 Aug 28, 2022
Deer
Deer – Archery 1
Check regulations for more details.
Sep 24, 2022 Oct 28, 2022
Deer
Deer – Young Sportsman 1
Youths 6-16 years of age may participate. Participating youth can use gun, muzzleloader, and archery equipment (G/M/A). Check regulations for more details.
Oct 29, 2022 Oct 30, 2022
Deer
Deer – Gun/Muzzleloader/Archery
Unit CWD. A Type 094 permit is required to hunt antlerless deer during this season except for landowners hunting under the landowner exemption (as described in T.C.A. 70-2-204) and Sportsman License holders.
Oct 31, 2022 Jan 13, 2023
Deer
Deer – Archery 2
Check regulations for more details.
Oct 31, 2022 Nov 4, 2022
Deer
Deer – Muzzleloader and Archery
Check regulations for more details.
Nov 5, 2022 Nov 18, 2022
Deer
Deer – Gun/Muzzleloader/Archery
Units A, B, C, D, and L. A Type 094 permit is required to hunt antlerless deer during this season except for landowners hunting under the landowner exemption (as described in T.C.A. 70-2-204) and Sportsman License holders.
Nov 19, 2022 Jan 8, 2023
Deer
Deer – Private Lands Only
Hunting is allowed on all privately owned lands in Unit L and Unit CWD (including leased land and lands owned by individuals). It is the responsibility of all hunters to obtain verbal or written permission to hunt on privately owned lands.
Jan 9, 2023 Jan 13, 2023
Deer
Deer – Young Sportsman 2
Youths 6-16 years of age may participate. Participating youth can use gun, muzzleloader, and archery equipment (G/M/A). Check regulations for more details.
Jan 14, 2023 Jan 15, 2023
Dove
Dove – Part 1
Bag limit 15 per day.
Sep 1, 2022 Sep 28, 2022
Dove
Dove – Part 2
Bag limit 15 per day.
Oct 8, 2022 Oct 30, 2022
Dove
Dove – Part 3
Bag limit 15 per day.
Dec 8, 2022 Jan 15, 2023
Duck
Duck – Wood Duck & Teal
Statewide and Reelfoot Duck Zone. Bag limit 6 per day.
Sep 10, 2022 Sep 14, 2022
Duck
Duck – Teal Only
Statewide and Reelfoot Duck Zone. Bag limit 6 per day.
Sep 15, 2022 Sep 18, 2022
Duck
Duck – All Part 1
Reelfoot Duck Zone. Bag limit 6 per day.
Nov 26, 2022 Nov 27, 2022
Duck
Duck – All Part 2
Statewide Duck Zone. Bag limit 6 per day.
Dec 5, 2022 Dec 31, 2022
Duck
Duck – Youth Waterfowl 1
Statewide and Reelfoot Duck Zone. Bag limit 6 per day.
Feb 4, 2023 Feb 4, 2023
Duck
Duck – Youth Waterfowl 2
Statewide and Reelfoot Duck Zone. Bag limit 6 per day.
Feb 11, 2023 Feb 11, 2023
Elk
Elk – Archery
Bag limit of 1 antlered elk per permit.
Sep 24, 2022 Sep 30, 2022
Elk
Elk – Youth
Bag limit of 1 antlered elk per permit.
Oct 1, 2022 Oct 7, 2022
Elk
Elk – Any Weapon
Bag limit of 1 antlered elk per permit.
Oct 8, 2022 Oct 14, 2022
Goose
Goose 1
Statewide and Reelfoot Zone. Canada, Brant, and Light Geese.
Sep 1, 2022 Sep 18, 2022
Goose
Goose 2
Statewide and Reelfoot Zone. Canada, Brant, and Light Geese.
Oct 8, 2022 Oct 18, 2022
Goose
Goose 4
Reelfoot Zone. Canada, Brant, and Light Geese.
Nov 26, 2022 Nov 27, 2022
Goose
Goose 3
Statewide Zone. Canada, Brant, and Light Geese.
Nov 26, 2022 Nov 27, 2022
Goose
Goose 5
Statewide and Reelfoot Zone. Canada, Brant, and Light Geese.
Dec 5, 2022 Feb 12, 2023
Goose
Goose – Youth Waterfowl 1
All Geese
Feb 4, 2023 Feb 4, 2023
Goose
Goose – Youth Waterfowl 2
All Geese
Feb 11, 2023 Feb 11, 2023
Goose
Goose – Light Goose Conservation
Blue, Snow, and Ross Geese
Feb 13, 2023 Mar 20, 2023
Grouse
Grouse
Bag limit 3 per day. Closed W of I-65.
Oct 8, 2022 Feb 28, 2023
Quail Game Type
Bobwhite Quail
Bag limit 6 per day.
Nov 5, 2022 Feb 28, 2023
Rabbit
Rabbit and Hare
Bag limit 5 per day.
Nov 5, 2022 Feb 28, 2023
Turkey Game Type
Turkey – Fall Archery 1
Bag limit 1 either sex turkey. Certain counties closed.
Sep 24, 2022 Oct 28, 2022
Turkey Game Type
Turkey – Fall Shotgun
Bag limit 1 either sex turkey. Certain counties closed.
Oct 15, 2022 Oct 28, 2022
Turkey Game Type
Turkey – Fall Archery 2
Bag limit 1 either sex turkey. Certain counties closed.
Oct 31, 2022 Nov 4, 2022
Turkey Game Type
Turkey – Spring Youth
Apr 8, 2023 Apr 9, 2023
Turkey Game Type
Turkey – Spring General
MAV Unit and Giles, Lawrence, Lincoln, and Wayne Counties. Check regulations for more details
Apr 15, 2023 May 28, 2023

Tennessee Hunting Regulations

Bear

Bear

Legal Bear Hunting Equipment

Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with single solid ball or slugs. Rifles and handguns using centerfire ammunition (full metal jacketed ammunition prohibited). Muzzleloading firearms (rifles and handguns) .36 cal. or larger. Pre-charged pneumatic gun which shoots an arrow (special conditions apply). Archery equipment (longbows, recurves, compounds, and crossbows).

Legal Bear

The bear bag limit for any person participating in the statewide or Bear Party-Dog hunt or both shall not exceed one bear per license year. This bear may be either sex.

  • Cubs or female bears with cubs at side may not be taken at any time. A cub is defined as a bear weighing 75 pounds or less.
  • Bears may be whole or field dressed but must weigh 75 pounds or greater when checked in.
  • If bears are quartered or boned out, the total of the meat, hide, etc. must equal or exceed 75 pounds.

Bag Limit

Bear limit: One (1) bear either sex per year

Big Game

Deer

Fluorescent Orange

Hunters must wear on the upper portion of their body and head a minimum of 500 square inches of daylight fluorescent or- ange (blaze orange), visible front and back while hunting big game except on archery-only and turkey hunts. A hat and vest fulfills requirements. Blaze orange camo is legal if it contains 500 square inches of fluorescent orange. In those areas where the archery-only deer season dates overlap with another big game gun season (i.e., bear) archers are required to wear 500 square inches of daylight fluorescent orange. Fluorescent orange is required during the August Hunt in Unit CWD.

Hunting Hours

Legal hunting hours are one half-hour before legal sunrise to one half-hour after legal sunset.

Deer

Deer

Legal Deer Hunting Equipment

Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with single solid ball or slugs. Rifles and handguns using centerfire ammunition (full metal jacketed ammunition prohibited). Muzzleloading firearms (rifles and handguns) .36 cal. or larger. Pre-charged pneumatic gun which shoots an arrow (special conditions apply). Archery equipment (longbows, recurves, compounds, and crossbows). Muzzleloading firearms are defined as those firearms in which a projectile (rifle) or projectiles (shotgun) must be loaded from the muzzle (front) end of the barrel and the firearm being of design and manufacture that prevents the projectile(s) from being loaded from the breech (rear) end.

Antlered Bag Limits

Antlered Bag Limit: Units A, B, C, D, L – Two (2) antlered deer (one per day, not to exceed 2 for the season). The bag limit of two (2) antlered deer may be exceeded if taken as a bonus deer, Unit CWD – Three (3) antlered deer (one per day, not to exceed 3 for the season). The bag limit of three (3) may be exceeded if taken under the Earn-A-Buck Program in Unit CWD, or if taken as a Replacement Buck

Elk

Elk

Legal Elk Hunting Equipment

Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with single solid ball or slugs. Rifles and handguns using centerfire ammunition (full metal jacketed ammunition prohibited). Muzzleloading firearms (rifles and handguns) .36 cal. or larger. Pre-charged pneumatic gun which shoots an arrow (special conditions apply). Archery equipment (longbows, recurves, compounds, and crossbows).

Elk Quota Hunts

Elk harvest is regulated by a quota permit system. The application period for the elk quota hunts is June 15 – July 27, 2022. Applications available at TWRA license agents and online. Fifteen (15) quota permits will be issued in 2022. Each permit holder will be allocated an Elk Hunt Zone (EHZs). One (1) of fifteen (15) quota permits will be issued to a qualifying non-profit wildlife conservation organization with all proceeds benefiting the TWRA’s Habitat Management Program. The permit will be available through an online raffle. To purchase tickets for the raffle, visit the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation website at www.twrf.net. Another one (1) of the fifteen (15) quota permits will be issued to a resident Young Sportsman, who is able to hunt all open EHZs. A Young Sportsman quota permit holder may hunt any EHZ designated open by the TWRA and private lands in designated open counties. Elk permits are valid for designated EHZs on North Cumberland WMA and on private lands in Anderson, Campbell, Claiborne, Morgan and Scott counties. All public land other than North Cumberland WMA is closed to elk hunting. It is the responsibility of elk permit holders to obtain verbal or written permission to hunt on private property. TWRA does not guarantee hunter access on private lands. Landowners are not exempted from this permit requirement and must be drawn for a quota permit to hunt.

Incidental Take of Elk

A legal deer hunter may harvest an elk (either sex) incidental to deer hunting on all private and public lands open to deer hunting except for public and private lands located in Anderson, Campbell, Claiborne, Scott, and Morgan counties and except for Big South Fork River and Recreation Area, Scott State Forest, and Obed National Scenic River Corridor. Only one elk per year may be harvested incidental to legal deer hunting. Elk harvested via incidental take must be reported to the TWRA on the day of harvest by calling 1-800-831-1174 to allow physical checking by TWRA personnel.

Bag Limit

1 antlered elk per permit

Migratory Birds

Dove

Snipe – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 8

Rails (Virgina & Sora) – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 25

Crow – Bag Limit

No Limit

Gallinule and Moorhen – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 15

Woodcock – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 3

Doves – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 15

Plugged Shotguns

No person shall hunt migratory game birds, except crows, with a shotgun of any description capable of holding more than three (3) shells, unless it is plugged with a one-piece filler, incapable of removal without disassembling the gun, so its total capacity does not exceed three (3) shells.

Firearms, Hunting Device, and Ammunition

Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with Number Four (4) or smaller shot. Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with T shot (0.20 inch diameter) or smaller. Archery equipment (longbows, recurves, compounds, and crossbows). Waterfowl and sandhill cranes may only be hunted with non-toxic shot of T size or smaller.

Hunting Hours

Crows, doves, ducks, geese, gallinules, rails, turkey, woodcock, and snipe: Shooting hours are one-half hour before legal sunrise to legal sunset, except for dove hunting on opening day when shooting hours will begin at noon.

Small Game

Small Game

Grouse – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 3

Bullfrog – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 20

Bobcat – Bag Limit

No Bag Limit

Opposum Taking Season – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 4

Opposum Private Lands Only – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 2

Raccoon Taking Season – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 4

Raccoon On Private Lands Only – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit:2

Hunting Hours

Hunting of bullfrogs, raccoons, opossums, the chasing of foxes and rabbits, and the trapping of furbearers is permitted day or night unless restricted by Proclamation. No foxes or rabbits may be shot while chasing/training at night. For all other game species except those listed below, legal hunting hours are one half-hour before legal sunrise to one half-hour after legal sunset. Crows, doves, ducks, geese, gallinules, rails, turkey, woodcock, and snipe: Shooting hours are one-half hour before legal sunrise to legal sunset, except for dove hunting on opening day when shooting hours will begin at noon.

Legal Hunting Equipment

FURBEARER & CROWS:

  • Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with Number Four (4) or smaller shot.
  • Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with T shot (0.20 inch diameter) or smaller
  • Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with single solid ball or slugs
  • Rifles and handguns using rimfire ammunition and air guns (.25 caliber or smaller) Rifles and handguns using centerfire ammunition
  • (full metal jacketed ammunition prohibited)
  • Muzzleloading firearms (rifles and handguns) .36 cal. or larger
  • Muzzleloading firearms (rifles and handguns) less than .36 cal. Air guns .35 cal. or larger // Pre-charged pneumatic gun which shoots an arrow (special conditions apply)
  • Archery equipment (longbows, recurves, compounds, and crossbows)

ALL OTHER SMALL GAME:

  • Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with Number Four (4) or smaller shot
  • Rifles and handguns using rimfire ammunition and air guns (.25 caliber or smaller)
  • Muzzleloading firearms (rifles and handguns) .36 cal. or larger
  • Muzzleloading firearms (rifles and handguns) less than .36 cal
  • Archery equipment (longbows, recurves, compounds, and crossbows)

Squirrel & Spring Squirrel – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 10

Rabbit – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 5

Beaver, Coyote, Groundhog, Striped, Skunk, Armadillo, Fox, Mink, Muskrat, Otter, Spotted Skunk, Weasel – Bag Limit

No Bag Limit

Quail – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 6

Beaver – Bag Limit

No Bag Limit

Turkey

Turkey Game Type

Fall Turkey

Open in all counties, except Bledsoe, Bradley, Crockett, Dyer, Giles, Haywood, Lake, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Lincoln, Loudon, McMinn, Monroe, Polk, Shelby, Tipton, Unicoi, and Wayne counties are closed to all fall turkey hunting. During the fall turkey seasons a turkey hunter may not be in possession of both archery equipment and shotguns and/or rifles. Any turkey harvested dur- ing the fall season counts toward the county bag limit of one (1). Hunters may hunt in any county they have not filled their fall bag limit.

Legal Turkey Hunting Equipment

  • Shotguns using ammunition with No. 4 shot or smaller. No restriction on number of rounds in the magazine.
  • Archery equipment (longbows, recurve bows, compound bows, and crossbows).
  • Sighting devices including scopes are legal. Night vision, infrared, and other devices using artificial light to locate wildlife are illegal.
  • A pre-charged pneumatic gun (Airbow) which shoots an arrow is legal for all hunters to use during statewide turkey gun seasons.

Spring Turkey

Bag limit for spring turkeys is One (1) bearded turkey per day, not to exceed two (2) per season, only one can be a jake. An adult gobbler is defined by having one of the following: wing feathers have white barring all the way to the tip, tail feathers are the same length, beard is longer than 6 inches, or a spur is at least 1/2 inch long. All counties are open to spring turkey seasons, however there are some exceptions on public land. The new Mississippi Alluvial Valley (MAV) Unit consists of Dyer, Lake, Lauderdale, Shelby and Tipton Counties.

Waterfowl

Waterfowl

Light Goose Conservation Season (Blue, Snow & Ross’s Geese) – Bag Limit

No limit. The following provisions apply during the Light Goose Conservation Season only:

Unplugged shotguns, electronic calls, shooting from 30 minutes before official sunrise until 30 minutes after official sunset. A free Light Goose Conservation Season Permit is required to hunt during the Conservation Season, available at GoOutdoorsTennessee.com. Hunting is allowed from 30 minutes before official sunrise until 30 minutes after official sunset. There is no daily bag or possession limit. No Federal or state waterfowl stamps are required to hunt during the Conservation Season. Hunters must possess a TN Light Goose Conservation Season Permit and have a valid hunting license, but the license may be from any state. A post-season survey is required.

Brant – Bag Limit

Daily bag limit: 1

White-Fronted Geese – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 3

Canada Geese – Bag Limit

5 in Sept. 3 in all other Phases

Merganser – Bag Limit

5 (only 2 of which may be hooded mergansers)

Coot – Bag Limit

15 a day.

Sandhill Crane – Bag Limit

The daily bag, season bag, and possession limit for sandhill cranes is based on the number of tags awarded to an individual.

Duck – Bag Limit

The daily bag limit of ducks is 6 birds/day which may include no more than 4 mallards (no more than 2 of which may be a female), 3 wood ducks, 2 canvasbacks, 2 redheads, 2 black ducks, 1 pintail, and 1 mottled duck. The daily bag limit for scaup is 1 scaup from Nov. 26-27 and Dec. 5-17 then 2 scaup from Dec. 18 to Jan. 31.

Plugged Shotguns

No person shall hunt migratory game birds, except crows, with a shotgun of any description capable of holding more than three (3) shells, unless it is plugged with a one-piece filler, incapable of removal without disassembling the gun, so its total capacity does not exceed three (3) shells.

Legal Shot

All federally approved non-toxic shot (bismuth-tin, steel, tungsten-bronze, tungsten-iron, tungsten-matrix, tungsten-nickel-iron, tungsten-polymer, tungsten-tin-bismuth or tungsten-tin-iron-nickel) are legal for waterfowl and sandhill crane hunting. A complete list is available at www.FWS.gov/birds/ bird-enthusiasts/hunting/nontoxic.php Possession or use of any loose shot other than non-toxic shot or any shotgun shells other than non-toxic while hunting waterfowl, sandhill cranes, coots, gallinules, Virginia rails and sora rails is prohibited.

Legal Waterfowl Hunting Equipment

Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with Number Four (4) or smaller shot. Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with T shot (0.20 inch diameter) or smaller. Archery equipment (longbows, recurves, compounds, and crossbows). Waterfowl and sandhill cranes may only be hunted with non-toxic shot of T size or smaller.

Hunting Hours

Crows, doves, ducks, geese, gallinules, rails, turkey, woodcock, and snipe: Shooting hours are one-half hour before legal sunrise to legal sunset, except for dove hunting on opening day when shooting hours will begin at noon.

Blue, Snow, and Ross’s Geese (Light Geese) – Bag Limit

Daily Bag Limit: 20

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Tennessee Licenses, Permits, and Regulations

Tennessee hunting licenses, permits, and regulations for resident and non-resident hunters can be purchased on the official website of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Click below to view the website.

Hunting GPS Maps

Every Tennessee hunter should have hunting GPS maps on hand. Tennessee hunting maps are available from onX Hunt. With a paid membership you can access Satellite, Topo, or Hybrid Basemaps, over which you can view maps of hunting units, along with State, Forest Service, and other public and private property boundaries. You can view trails and roads, and even download maps to the Hunt App for use offline. Click below to get onX Hunt for Tennessee.

Wildlife Management Units and Hunting Zones

Tennessee is broken into six different deer hunting units, including Unit A, Unit B, Unit C, Unit D, Unit L, and the CWD Unit in the lower western portion of the state. Each unit allows for the harvest of either two or three antlered whitetail bucks per season. Click below to view Tennessee’s hunting units in more detail through an interactive map.

Hunting Layers

TN Private Lands Preview

TN Private Lands

Over 2,900,000 parcels mapped by the onX team, this layer helps you know who the property owners are in Tennessee. Tap any parcel to learn more info about the owner and acreage.

TN Gov Lands Preview

TN Gov Lands

onX has the most accurate public lands maps with over 2,700,000 acres in Tennessee to help you plan your next adventure. Tap any public land parcel to learn more.

TN Possible Access Preview

TN Possible Access

onX has mapped 630,000 acres of possible access lands in Tennessee including timber companies and land conservation groups. Research rules on these private lands before recreating.

TN Deer Mgmt Units Preview

TN Deer Mgmt Units

Tennessee Deer Management Units. Please hunt responsibly, obey all signage and have a safe legal hunt.

TN Huntable Lands Preview

TN Huntable Lands

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Huntable Lands. Please hunt responsibly, obey all signage and have a safe legal hunt.


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