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Bass Tournament to benefit Fisher House

All boats will check in on the morning of the tournament at Stewart County High School and receive their boater's packet. Live well checks will occur from the launch boat once all boats are in the water.
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Winter Storm ‘Titan’ causes temporary LBL closures

Anyone traveling through Land Between The Lakes is advised to use extreme caution as roads are heavily ice covered. Ice covered trees and limbs continue to fall throughout the area due to extremely saturated soil conditions and...
by News Staff Ed.
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5th Tennessee Outdoors Youth Summit set for June 8 – 13

Students will participate in hands-on classes that teach the importance of the natural resources and their management. Instructors will be wildlife and fisheries biologists, wildlife officers, college professors, professional s...
by News Staff Ed.
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LBL makes changes to military passes

For the 2014 season, Land Between The Lakes (LBL) will accept the Military Pass for free admission, Monday through Friday, to The Homeplace, Golden Pond Planetarium, and Woodlands Nature Station.
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LBL welcomes spring with 2014 season opening

Land Between The Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area begins its 2014 operations on Saturday, March 1, by opening several popular visitor attractions.
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LBL reopens following power outage; bison prairie remains closed

Electric, phone, and water services have been restored at Land Between The Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area. The Administrative Office, Wranglers Campground, and the Golden Pond Visitor Center and Planetarium have reopened.
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Cheatham County sets Feb. 8 for 4th Annual Daniel Greet Memorial Waterfowl Hunt

The free hunt is for youth ages 10-15. In addition to the hunt, participants will gather at the Ashland City Park at 11:30 a.m. There will be lunch served, as well as dog handling and duck calling demonstrations.
by News Staff Ed.
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