After receiving results from a genetic analysis, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is verifying a new state-record black crappie caught in a pond near Paint Rock, Tenn.
The Tri-Cities Boating Club wants you to be safe out on the water this year. To that end, the organization is offering the TWRA Safe Boating Course on March 20 and 22 at Northeast State.
The application period for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency spring turkey quota hunts runs through Jan. 17.
Archery season for black bears opened Saturday for all bear hunting zones in Tennessee, and the TWRA has at least one bear checking station in every county open for bear hunting.
The question of what lakes, rivers and streams are regulated by the USCG has often been raised by Tennesseans who use the state’s waterways. Just why are some tributary reservoirs without a lock for navigation considered navigable?
The Tri-Cities Boating Club is offering an eight-week sailing course on Watauga Lake starting June 26. Each class includes both classroom and on-the-water training and offers basic skills and knowledge of the sport.
Disease-carrying ticks and mosquitoes are out in force and looking for food. Their meal of choice? Blood.
Tri-Cities Friends of NRA will hold a Monday Night Shoot-Out event on June 5 at Shooters Edge in Piney Flats, and the Tri-Cities Boating Club is offering a Safe Boating Course this week.
Again this year, Holston Army Ammunition Plant is giving the general public a chance to fish the restricted section of the Holston River within its boundaries.
The Johnson City Sail and Power Squadron will offer the TWRA’s Tennessee Safe Boating Course on Tuesday, April 18 and Thursday, April 20 at the Northeast State Community College Library, Room L226.
The grand opening of the Ridgeview ATV Trail System in Dickenson County will take place on Saturday, April 8.
The Johnson City Sail and Power Squadron will offer the TWRA's Tennessee Safe Boating Course on Tuesday and Thursday this week.
The 56 state parks in Tennessee will be hosting free guided hikes statewide on Saturday, March 18 to celebrate the coming of spring and the bounty of recreation opportunities these treasures offer.