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Hunting in Tennessee: Online Resources and Mobile Apps to Enhance the Field Experience

By    |   Thursday, 04 Jun 2015 12:02 PM

Hunting in Tennessee is popular with both inhabitants of the state as well as hunters from around the United States. The state boasts the impressive Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge located in Paris, which was named one of USA Today’s “12 hidden gems for hunting and fishing.”

Hunters can find a variety of animals in Tennessee, from big game to small game to migratory birds. For big game, Tennessee is known for black bear, deer, elk, and turkey. Migratory birds in the state are waterfowl, woodcocks, and sandhill cranes. There is also a great deal of small game species, including bobcats, coyotes, grouse, and quail.

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In order to assist hunters in Tennessee, a large number of mobile apps and online resources have been developed. These are four of the resources available to help hunters in the state of Tennessee:

1. TWRA On the Go
This mobile app was produced and created by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, and is offered to both Apple and Android users. The app is designed to help anyone who enjoys the outdoors and is looking to explore Tennessee.

Some of the functions of the app specific to hunting include sections devoted to licenses and harvests, boat renewals, regulations, and an area for hunters to submit pictures of their trophies.

2. Online License Center
The Online License Center is an official website of the State of Tennessee and includes the Tennessee Online Hunting & Fishing License Center.

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According to the website, it “will allow you quick and easy access to hunting and fishing licenses, permits, regulations and other important information about recreation in Tennessee.” With this site, it is very easy to purchase hunting licenses online.

3. Online Harvest Reporting
Using the same platform as the Online License Center, the Online Harvest Reporting site is also an official website of the State of Tennessee. Just as the title suggests, the site is a quick and efficient way for hunters to register any big game that they may have killed.

4. Hunters Toolbox
Another website run by the state government, Hunters Toolbox, provides an access point for hunters to view data from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. This includes information on big game check stations, biological data, harvest reports, and hunter success.

This article is for information only. Please check current regulations before hunting.

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