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TWRA seeks volunteers to provide deer harvest info

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is seeking volunteers willing to provide biological information from white-tailed deer harvested during the 2014-15 seasons. Deer hunting clubs harvesting more than ten deer a year are en...
by News Staff Ed.
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2014 Elk Hunts have five harvets

For the second consecutive year, four of the five participants recorded harvests in the Tennessee Elk Hunt held Oct. 20-24 at North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area.
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TWRA offers Boating Education Course in Dover

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is hold a Boating Education Course on June 30 and July 1 from 6-8:30 p.m. at Legends Bank of Dover, 300 Donelson Parkway, in Dover.
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June 11-July 23 Application Period for 2014 WMA Big Game Quota Hunts

There is no fee for current Annual Sportsman License holders, Lifetime Sportsman License holders, or seniors possessing a Type 167 permit in addition to their permanent senior citizen license.
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TWRA names 2013 Boating Officer of the Year

“All these officers are to be commended for their professionalism and efforts they displayed this year. All these officers had a fantastic year, but Joe really excelled in all aspects of his job,” said Rider.
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Spring Turkey Harvest surpasses 30,000 Mark

The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission set the 2014-15 state hunting seasons at its late May meeting. The 2014 fall turkey season is Oct. 11-24. The 2015 spring turkey season will run for 44 days from April 4-May 17.
by News Staff Ed.
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Hawkins County angler’s 1st paddlefish catch sets state record

Gene Armstrong decided to try paddlefish angling for the first time on Cherokee Lake. Little did the Hawkins County native know his first catch of the species would etch his name into the Tennessee State Anglers Record Book. A...
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