The man who broke the state record for a largemouth bass was recognized at the March meeting of the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission on Thursday. In addition, the TFWC welcomed three new members. Gabe Keen was a guest at the meeting and was presented a certificate for his state record catch of 15 pounds, 3 ounces which came Friday, Feb. 13 on Chickamauga Reservoir. The new mark surpasses the record which had stood since Oct. ... (click for more)
Spring kicked off last Friday, just in time for many Alabamians to take some time off work and school for spring break. Many are eager to get outside and take advantage of the beautiful weather. Finding a place to unwind and enjoy the beautiful natural landscape of Alabama is easy. One of Alabama’s ... (click for more)
Here is the fishing report from the TWRA: Center Hill: Fishing is good. Water temperature is 53 degrees; lake is fairly stable. Bass: Several bass are being caught on A rigs and crankbaits while fishing channel banks in 5-15 feet of water. Walleye: ... (click for more)
March 25, 2015
The survey asking for community input regarding the amenities at Red Clay State Historic Park is available through March 27. The survey is specifically designed for overall park visitors. ... (click for more)
Lisa Powers, founding president of the Tennessee Herpetological Society and co-coordinator for the Nashville Zoo’s FrogWatch Program, will be the featured speaker for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources ... (click for more)
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has confirmed a new fishing record for silver carp in Class B (method other than rod and reel) which came from Cheatham Lake. Connor Edwards, ... (click for more)
Should area school systems have sued the state over school funding?