9:30 AM Sep 2, 2015
As a youngster, Davy Crockett almost drowned in these Nolichucky River rapids, one of his many frontier mishaps.
I can get lost driving TO the woods
1:30 PM Sep 1, 2015
Drew Boggs
with a two-day total of 10 bass weighing 27 pounds, 2 ounces.
9:30 AM Aug 27, 2015
TWRA reminds residents that anyone born on or after Jan. 1, 1969 has to take a Hunter Education course in order to get a license
11:30 AM Aug 26, 2015
Hunting is the only way to reduce Tennessee's growing coyote population.
the public has a lot more to fear from dogs than coyotes
9:30 AM Aug 25, 2015
Boots Donnelly, shown here during his MTSU coaching days, now devotes much of his time to the Backfield In Motion organization that works with at-risk youngsters.
it's more about getting together with old friends than about breaking a lot of targets
10:30 AM Aug 21, 2015
Gladeville's Bev Spickard, right, recently won a national rifle championship in Ohio.
Spickard top shooter
1:30 PM Aug 19, 2015
A professional guide like Lebanon's Jim Duckworth can usually find the fish.
A guide can be especially helpful when doing any kind of fishing you're not accustomed to.
11:30 AM Aug 18, 2015
Lebanon's Roy Denney, shown here during a hunt last year, will be among the hunters taking to the woods when squirrel season opens Saturday.
stalking squirrels is a trip back in time
10:30 AM Aug 13, 2015
Photo courtesy of Shaun Quinlan • Morguefile. A National Wildlife Federation poll shows hunters and anglers are willing to put aside their political differences in support of greater EPA protections for clean water, including small headwaters and wetlands.
Hunters, anglers support EPA clean water policy
9:30 AM Aug 13, 2015
The Tennessee Fur Harvesters Association and the National Trappers Association will host the Southeastern Region Convention and Sports Show Sept. 18-19 at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds in Crossville
11:30 AM Aug 12, 2015
If the forecast calls for sunshine, look out for drizzles.
if the weather-persons predict sunshine you'd better take an umbrella. And if they call for showers, get out the sun-screen.
9:30 AM Aug 11, 2015
Trophy hunting continues to inspire debate.
Only about 17 percent of the public hunts. But the right to hunt is supported by about 75 percent of the nationwide public (90 percent in Tennessee). If the latter percentage ever shifts and joins the 25% that adamantly opposes hunting, hunting is doomed.
8:30 AM Aug 6, 2015
Bushy-tail season: Tennessee's longest hunting season - squirrel season - opens Aug. 22 and runs through Feb. 29.
9:30 AM Aug 5, 2015
Troy Powers hoists a giant flathead catfish which would have likely broken the state record. Rather than risk killing the fish to have it certified, Powers released it.
"I didn't want to kill it. It feels good to know that it's still swimming around out there somewhere."
8:30 AM Aug 4, 2015
Ben Schade, left, is honored for his work with the Cedar City Gun Club and for his support of shooting activities for Wilson County youngsters.
Ben's greatest satisfaction was introducing youngsters and other newcomers to the shooting sports, helping them develop their skills, and seeing them share his passion and enthusiasm.
11:00 PM Jul 29, 2015
When the sun starts to set, catfish start to feed.
When night settles over the water and things calm down, Mr. Whiskers starts to feed