It’s Tennessee’s longest season.
Racing is a family affair for Lebanon’s Preston Young.
The thermometer on my back porch read 94 in the shade.
Lebanon’s Daniel Johnson enjoys being a big fish in a small pond – and catching some big bass out of the pond while he’s at it.
Where have all the turkeys gone?
Scott and Steber were close friends. Scott ran his idea by Steber: a nationally organized bass-fishing program, complete with big-money tournaments. Steber supported it. But what to call it?
Back in the spring after a heavy rain I fished the mouth of a creek on Old Hickory Lake – or tried to. It was like trying to fish in a city dump.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency held its annual Free Fishing Day on June 10, with more and more communities sponsoring special events like Fishing Rodeos.
I’ve always said you could go fishing with John Sloan, forget to bring a pole, and still have a great day on the water.
My fishing buddy’s daughter Sophie and her husband were strolling their toddler along a suburban path late one afternoon last summer when something suddenly smacked her on the ankle.
Some well-intended wildlife watchers can’t resist “rescuing” baby animals they come across. When they do, it’s often a death sentence for the new-born.
A new tick-borne disease that is more serious than Lyme Disease is prompting warnings from health care officials for outdoorsmen to take precautions.
The mystery of a Tennessee-record turkey killed in Wilson County is solved. It was a simple matrimonial mix-up.
Turtle mystery: TWRA biologists are baffled over the discovery of a huge dead alligator snapping turtle in Center Hill Lake. Alligator snappers are generally found in the warmer waters of West Tennessee.
Fish kill: Thousands of silver carp have died in recent weeks in Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. The TWRA said it is a “natural die-off” affecting only that particular species, and has not impacted any other fish.