Fish And Wildlife Commission Approves 2013-14 Hunting Seasons May 31, 2013 Tennessee

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Fish And Wildlife Commission Approves 2013-14 Hunting SeasonsMay 31, 2013 Tennessee, The Chattanoogan
...Tennessee's deer hunting is divided into three units, with Unit L being the most liberal. Crockett County in West Tennessee was approved to be moved to Unit L. Numerous counties in units A and B were recommended for increases in antlerless opportunities...

...  they have been accepting public comments on their proposals since then. The comment period will remain open through Monday.  Proposals made by TWRA included moving Crockett County in West Tennessee from Unit A to Unit L. Several other counties in Units A and B may also receive increased opportunities to harvest antlerless deer...

Wildlife commission reviews regulations, set for May vote May 2, 2013 Tennessee, Clarksville Leaf Chronicle
... The commission will vote on the proposals at their next meeting, May 30-31, in Nashville at the Region II Ray Bell Building in the Ellington Agricultural Center. The approved changes will become effective March 1, 2014. The public is invited to attend these meetings and make comments as appropriate... Crockett County in West Tennessee be moved from Deer Unit A to Deer Unit L where hunters can take up to three antlerless deer per day ... Numerous counties in Deer Units A & B were also recommended for increases in antlerless deer opportunities...

Wildlife commission sets hunting seasons June 15, 2013 Tennessee, Clarksville Leaf Chronicle
... The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission set the state’s 2013-14 hunting seasons at its recent meeting in Nashville and hunters will see increased opportunities for harvesting deer ... The commission approved a recommendation that allows red deer to be taken in East Tennessee outside of deer season after requesting a free permit ...


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