Outfitters Summary: Located in the beautiful Cumberland Mountains of Tennessee, Clarkrange Hunting Lodge offers the finest exotic big game hunting available anywhere. As the states oldest and largest commercial hunting operation, Clarkrange offers over 1000 acres of open hardwoods, dense laurel thickets, steep, craggy bluffs, mountain streams, and canyons, to provide you with the ultimate hunting experience. Our terrain is spectacular in its beauty but physically demanding to hunt. Our Hurricane Gorge, for example, provides some of the toughest terrain to traverse in Tennessee.
Outfitters Summary: The hunting experience of a lifetime, GUARANTEED. Picture 700 pristine acres of rolling Tennessee hill country. The lush landscape features towering sandstone cliffs, winding creeks and a range of exotic animals that almost defies imagination.
Outfitters Summary: Windsor Woods is located in beautiful Wayne County Tennessee. The 1,000 acre Ranch is perfect for hunting Deer, Turkey, Pheasants and Quail. We have some of the most qualified guides in area! We want everyone who is interested in the sport of hunting to enjoy our resort! Our prices are very reasonable and affordable. Hunt for as low as $100 a day and avoid the high price of leasing.
Tennessee not only offers something for the avid music person but also for the hunter. Tennessee boasts seasons for deer, turkey, bear, elk, feral hogs and boar, and also small game animals. Whitetail Deer has archery, muzzleloader and rifle seasons. The total harvest for 2009 was 156,590 whitetail. Tennessee also offer a special season for exotic Red Deer.
Tennessee offers spring and fall seasons for Turkey. The total harvest in 2009 was greater than 33,000.
The Tennessee Black Bear population and kill has been increasing each year. In 2009, 571 bear were taken, with 58% being male. The average weight was 214 pounds. You may hunt bear with a rifle, crossbow, muzzleloader, and by archery. Some are harvested with the use of dogs.
Elk season in Tennessee is by permit only. They can be hunted using a gun, muzzleloader and with a traditional bow.
Feral hogs may be hunted in certain areas of Tennessee all year. 87 of these hogs were taken in 2009. Boars can also be hunted in certain parts of Tennessee. In 2009, 198 boar were taken.
Small game such as squirrel, grouse, rabbit, quail, dove, woodcock, beaver, coyote, river otter, bobcat, and fox are also available to hunt. Some do have special restrictions.
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