Click the Hugh's News Button to check out the newest Blogs from Hugh!
Tennessee hunters have access to more than 63,000 acres of public hunting lands through a cooperative effort between the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and various landholding companies to provide public hunting with the landowner setting, collecting and administering permits and the TWRA enforcing the rules and regulations governing these areas. Seasons are open the same as statewide seasons. Tennessee is also divided into the following districts by TWRA:
3 Tennessee Deer Season Regulations To Know
1. Legal Bucks
Deer must have antlers a minimum of 3 inches in length on buck-only or antlered-only hunts.
2. Antlerless Deer
Defined as those deer with no antlers or deer with antlers less than 3 inches in length.
3. Albino Deer
Hunting, trapping, or possession of albino deer is prohibited as set forth in TCA Chapter 70-4-130. An albino deer is a deer with a lack, or significant deficiency, of pigment in the skin and hair, and has pink eyes.