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WMA Dog Training Season Year-round
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BG – Big Game quota permit or nonquota WMA annual permit. SG – Small Game WMA permit or combination waterfowl and small game WMA permit.
WF – Combination waterfowl and small game WMA permit. NP – No permit required.
HI – High Impact Habitat Conservation Permit

201-AEDC and WOODS RESERVOIR REFUGE

COFFEE/FRANKLIN COUNTIES

Part of the Arnold Air Force Base • 32,000 ACRES

NEAR TULLAHOMA, I-24 EXIT #117

WES WINTON (931) 967-6101 • SG, WF, BG

All access is strictly controlled and all areas are subject to be closed by the military.

There are areas on AEDC that may contain unexploded ordnances (small ammunition, anti-personnel mines, mortars, and artillery rounds). There are also areas on AEDC where open holes (manholes, wells, and sinkholes) are present. Hunters are advised to use caution. If any unexploded ordinances or holes are found- DO NOT TOUCH and notify the AEDC Operations Center at (931) 454-7752.

The following are PROHIBITED on AEDC property:

• Handguns (regardless of carry permit)

• Rifles (rim-fire and center-fire)

• Camping and fires outside of designated campgrounds

• Metal detectors or digging

• ATVs

• Horseback riding

Big game and small game hunters are required to sign-in prior to hunting at one of three hunter sign-in stations. Sign-in stations are located at the western (next to Harton Blvd.) and eastern (on Dixie Rd) ends of Wattendorf Hwy. Hunters may also sign-in at the Hunter’s Check Station on Old Brick Church Rd. Hunters should fill out a sign-in card and keep it on their person or visible in the windshield of their vehicle while hunting.

Small game hunting and dog training are closed during all deer hunts. Raccoon/Opossum hunting is closed the night before a deer hunt.

Deer-Turkey-Archery Zones may be hunted on any deer-turkey hunt by drawn hunters using archery equipment only. These areas are closed to small game hunting.

WOODS RESERVOIR WATERFOWL REFUGE

Dec. 1-Jan. 31- All forms of trespass are prohibited. (For specific boundary lines see the TWRA website-WMA maps- AEDC WMA)

Unit 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Deer (Special Regulations) – All deer hunting dates are subject to coordination with military training.

Unit 1 may only be hunted when the Red entrance gate off of Rifle Range Road is open and signage lists Unit 1 as open.

Unit 2 may only be hunted when the red gate off of Wattendorf HWY is open and the signage lists Unit 2 as open.

Deer-turkey-archery – Oct. 7 – Nov. 1. No hunter quota, Statewide bag limits apply. Sections of Unit 3 containing mountain bike trails may be hunted; bike riders will still use this area during archery hunts.

Deer (Young Sportsman-Shotgun-Muzzleloader) – Oct. 5 – 6. No hunter quota, 2 deer, either sex only one may by antlered. Bonus deer.

Deer (Shotgun – Muzzleloader) – Two hunts: Nov 8 – 10 and 22 – 24. 900 quota. 2 deer either sex only one may be antlered. Bonus deer.

Turkey (Spring) – Same as statewide season, except open only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Turkey (Fall) – Nov. 30 – Dec. 8. No hunter quota, 3 bearded birds. Unit 1 is closed to fall turkey hunting.

UNIT 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Same as statewide seasons. Small game hunting is closed Oct. 5 – 6, Nov. 8 – 10, 22 – 24.

Unit 1 is closed to small game hunting and trapping.

Quail -Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Dog training – Sept. 1 – Feb. 28.

Waterfowl – Same as statewide season, except open on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday of the late duck season. Hunting on Woods Reservoir is from registered blind sites only. During the early duck and goose seasons hunting is allowed outside of blind sites, except 150 yards from the bank starting at the pumping station going west to the Rowland’s Creek causeway. Waterfowl hunting is allowed from registered blind sites during the scheduled deer hunts.

202-ARNOLD HOLLOW

Wayne County • 7,844 acres

north of Waynesboro

Pam McDonald (931) 762-5749 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail -Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

203-BARK CAMP BARRENS

Coffee County • 2,800 acres

Wes Winton (931) 967-6101 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Rabbit – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Dog training (Rabbit and Quail) – Sept. 1 – Jan. 15. Dog training for the remainder of the year is open to all other species.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

204-BEAR HOLLOW MOUNTAIN

Franklin County • 17,000 acres

Stacy Stevenson (931) 968-6215 • SG, BG, HI

Special Use – ATVs may be used only to retrieve harvested deer. Hooved animal riders must stay on the designated trail and park their vehicles in designated parking areas at all times. Hooved animal riding permitted only by individuals possessing a valid hunting and fishing license and WMA permit or a High Impact Habitat Conservation Permit.

No littering. Hunter camping allowed only at designated campground (Lakeview). Fires permitted only in designated campgrounds. Bear Hollow, Keith Springs (HWY 16), Keith Cove, Poplar Springs and Rock House Road will be opened for scouting on the 4th Saturday in Aug.

During daylight hours, all users outside of an enclosed vehicle or out of camp must wear blaze orange during the deer gun and muzzleloader seasons.

Same as statewide seasons and bag limits, except as noted. Only one antlerless deer per day.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

205-BEAVER DAM CREEK

Hickman County • 7,619 acres

south of Centerville

Region II Office (615) 781-6622 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

206-BROWNTOWN

Wayne County • 6,336 acres

north of Waynesboro

Pam McDonald (931) 762-5749 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

207-CEDAR HILL SWAMP

Robertson County • 200 acres

ERIC TUMMINS (615) 792-4510 • SG, WF, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Archery equipment only for deer hunting. Archers must comply with legal blaze orange requirements during muzzleloader and gun seasons.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

208-CHEATHAM

Cheatham County • 20,810 acres

South of the Cumberland River, near Ashland City

ERIC TUMMINS (615) 792-4510 • SG, BG

Special Use – Hooved animal riding permitted only by individuals possessing a valid hunting and fishing license and WMA permit or a High Impact Habitat Conservation Permit. Riding is allowed in designated areas only. Horses and other saddle and pack animals are prohibited during big game seasons.

Unauthorized entry or presence is prohibited between sunset and sunrise.

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Antlered deer only during muzzleloader and gun seasons. Antlered deer must have at least four antler points on one side or a fifteen (15) inch minimum outside spread except during the Young Sportsman hunt. All harvested deer count toward the statewide bag limit. Small game hunting closed one day prior and during all big game quota hunts.

Deer (Archery Hunt) – Sep. 14 – 20, 400 quota, 1 deer antlered or antlerless.

Deer (Archery Hunt) – Sep. 21 – Oct. 17, non-quota, 1 deer antlered or antlerless.

Deer (Archery Hunt) – Oct. 21 – 25, non-quota, 1 deer antlered or antlerless .

Deer (Young Sportsman Hunt, Non Quota) – Oct. 18 – 20, 1 deer antlered or antlerless.

Deer (Muzzlerloader Hunt) – Oct 26 – Nov 1, 400 quota, 1 deer antlered or antlerless

Deer (Muzzleloader Hunt) – Nov. 2 – 8, non quota, 1 deer antlered.

Deer (Gun Hunt) – Nov. 9 – 15, 400 quota, 1 antlered deer.

Deer (Gun Hunt) – Nov. 16 – Jan. 5, 2020, non-quota, 1 antlered deer.

Turkey – Same as statewide spring season.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Dog training – Daylight hours only.

Shooting range – Open 12pm until one hour after sunset. Automatic weapons prohibited.

Archery Range – Open daily. Field points only.

209-CHEATHAM LAKE

Cheatham County • 5,152 acres

off Hwys. 49 and 12, west of Ashland City

ERIC TUMMINS (615) 792-4510 • SG, WF, BG

Same as statewide seasons on Sycamore Creek upstream from railroad trestle, Harpeth River upstream from Highway 49 and on Johnson Creek upstream from Johnson Creek Bridge.

Hunting on remainder of Cheatham Lake WMA same as statewide season, except during the late duck season when hunting is open only on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and the first and the last day of each segment of the late statewide duck season.

Waterfowl hunting is permitted only from registered blind sites and from staked temporary blind sites during the late duck season.

Hunting on Harpeth Island, Marks Creek, and Bluff Creek wade-in areas is not restricted to registered or staked temporary sites.

Night hunting, trapping and fishing prohibited in waterfowl impoundments during the waterfowl season.

The sub-impoundment units as posted are closed to all types of activity five days before the opening of the first segment of the late duck season.

Waterfowl – Wheelchair-bound only blind site) – Applications must be received by the TWRA Region II Office by noon on the Oct. 27. Persons holding a permit for another blind are not eligible.

Dove – Same as statewide. Hunting permitted from designated fields only.

Dog training – Sep. 1 – Mar. 15, except closed during duck seasons.

CHEATHAM LAKE – PARDUE POND REFUGE AND DYSON DITCH REFUGE

Closed to all forms of use and trespass from Nov. 15 – the last day of February. Designated observation areas will be open year round. Access by boat only.

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Archery equipment only for deer hunting. All seasons closed during refuge closure dates unless otherwise indicated. Archers must comply with legal blaze orange requirements during muzzleloader and gun seasons.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Turkey – One hunt: Oct. 7 – 18. Hunter quota 50. Two bearded birds.

210-EAGLE CREEK

Wayne County • 22,000 acres

near Waynesboro

Pam McDonald (931) 762-5749 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

211-FLINTVILLE HATCHERY

Lincoln County • 750 acres

east of Fayetteville on Hwy. 64

Region II Office (615) 781-6622 • NP

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Archery equipment only for deer. Guns may be used on Young Sportsman hunts and during the fall turkey season. Archers must comply with legal blaze orange requirements during muzzleloader and gun seasons.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Dog training – Daylight hours only.

212-GALLATIN STEAM PLANT

Sumner County • 250 acres

near Gallatin

Region II Office (615) 781-6622 • BG

Free Gallatin Steam Plant daily permit required in addition to WMA permit. Daily permits available at the cemetery parking area kiosk. Follow instructions on permit. Parking in designated areas. No camping. Scouting begins one week prior to opening day. Closed to dog training.

Deer, Turkey – Same as statewide season, except as noted. Archery equipment only. Archers must comply with legal blaze orange requirements during muzzleloader and gun seasons.

213-HALEY-JAQUETH

Williamson County • 200 acres

College Grove

Tommy Edwards (931) 840-4042 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Archery equipment only for deer. Archers must comply with legal blaze orange requirements during muzzleloader and gun seasons.

Dove – Sep. 7. Youth only (6-16) accompanied by a non-hunting adult, and shooting is from staked positions only. Sep. 9 and every Saturday thereafter of the 1st segment open to all ages. All hunting is on designated field only.

Dog training – Daylight hours only.

214-Happy Hollow

Hickman County – 1,800 acres

Located Off HWY 50 Near Only

Tommy Edwards (931) 840-4042 • SG, WF, BG

ATVs may only be used by hunters to retrieve deer. Leaving any personal property unattended for longer than 24 hours, without prior permission, may be impounded and may be disposed of according to state procedures. Treestands must be marked with the hunter’s TWRA identification number. Camping in designated areas only, tent camping only. No motorized vehicle access to campground. Fires permitted only in fire pits.

Same as statewide season, except as noted. No hunting the night before or during big game hunts. Closed to fall turkey season

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15

Deer (Archery, Muzzlerloader, Young Sportsman) – Same as statewide season.

Deer (Gun) – Three hunts: Nov. 16 – 18, Dec. 7 – 9, 21 – 23. Hunter quota 80. Two deer, no more than one antlered (bonus deer).

Turkey – Two hunts: April 4 – 7, April 25 – 28. Hunter Quota 50. One bearded bird.

Turkey (Young Sportsman) – Same as statewide seasons.

215-HAYNES BOTTOM

Montgomery County • 971 acres

near Dotsonville, adjoining the Cumberland River

ERIC TUMMINS (615) 792-4510 • sG, wf, bg

Night hunting, trapping, dog training and fishing prohibited in the waterfowl impoundment from Oct. 15 – May 31.

Participating waterfowl hunters only in the bottoms from the beginning of the late duck season through the conclusion of the youth waterfowl hunt.

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. During the late duck season, waterfowl and small game hunting is open only on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and the first and last day of each segment of the late statewide duck season.

Waterfowl – Waterfowl hunting permitted only from registered blind sites beginning with the first day of the late duck season.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Dog training – open all year-round. Daylight hours only.

216-Headwaters

Cannon County – 600 acres (In 4 Parcels)

Near Woodbury

Michael Bobel (615) 444-6673 • SG, BG

No ATVs permitted. Parking in designated areas only. No parking at Blanton School Road gate (May 31 – Sept. 15). Use River Road Trail access/parking during Blanton School Gate closure.

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Closed to quail hunting.

Blaze orange required by all users during deer muzzleloader and gun hunts. Night hunting prohibited.

Dog training – Daylight hours only.

217-HICK HILL

Lewis County • 3,608 acres

south of Hohenwald

Pam McDonald (931) 762-5749 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

218-HICKORY FLATS

coffee County • 623 acres

Wes Winton (931) 967-6101 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

219-LAUREL HILL

Lawrence County • 14,952 acres

west of Lawrenceburg off Hwy. 64

Checking Station: 74 VFW Road, Lawrenceburg

Pam McDonald (931) 762-5749 • SG, BG, HI, WF

Special Use – ATVs allowed on roads open to motor vehicle traffic only. All hooved animals must be ridden on designated trails or roads open to motorized vehicles. Hooved animals and ATV riding on trails and roads is prohibited during all big game seasons.

Hooved animal riding and Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) use permitted only by individuals possessing a valid hunting and fishing license and WMA permit or a High Impact Habitat Conservation Permit.

Use of alcoholic beverages is prohibited. Unauthorized entry or presence is prohibited between sunset and sunrise. Foot traffic only beyond cables/gates during spring turkey season.

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Small game hunting is closed at sunset the day before and during big game hunts.

Same as statewide season except as noted.

Small game hunting is closed sunset day before and during big game hunts.

Coyote may be taken during daylight hours only during any open season with weapons specified for that season.

Bobcat may be taken on big game hunts that coincide with statewide season dates and may be taken with weapon legal for that hunt.

Fox Chasing – No fox chasing permitted.

Opossum – raccoon – Sep. 6 – Feb. 28. Bag limit 2 raccoon per person per night. Opossum: no limit.

Special Antlered Deer Regulations apply on all deer hunts. Antlered deer must have at least four antler points on one side or a 15-inch minimum outside spread.

Deer (Archery) – One hunt: Sept.14 – 29. Three deer, either sex, only one antlered (bonus deer).

Deer (Gun – Young Sportsman) – One hunt: Oct. 12 – 13. One deer, either sex (bonus deer), no antler restrictions.

Deer (Muzzleloader) – One hunt: Oct. 17 – 20. Hunter quota 500. One deer, antlered only (bonus deer).

Deer (Gun) – Two hunts. Nov. 8 – 10, 22 – 24. Hunter quota 500. One deer, antlered only (bonus deer).

Deer (Gun) – One hunt. Nov. 29 – Dec. 1. Hunter quota 500. One deer, either sex.

Turkey – Same as statewide spring turkey season.

Waterfowl – Jan. 11 – 26. On the WMA, goose (not waterfowl) hunting is permitted and only in the fields. On Laurel Hill lake, waterfowl hunting (duck and goose) is allowed by boat only. Same as statewide bag limits.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Trapping – Dec. 1 – Feb. 8.

Dog training – Sep. 1– Mar. 15, except during big game hunts, daylight hours only.

SHIELDS FARM UNIT

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Centerfire rifles and handguns prohibited.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

220-MAPLE SPRINGS

Coffee County • 122 acres

north of Manchester

Wes Winton (931) 967-6101 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

221-MINGO SWAMP

Franklin County • 460 acres

west of Winchester

Stacey Stevenson (931) 968-6215 • SG, wf, bg

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

222-MTSU

Hickman County • 995 acres

west of Centerville

Region II Office (615) 781-6622 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

223-NORMANDY

Bedford/Coffee counties • 750 acres

on Normandy Lake

WES WINTON – (931) 967-6101 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

224-OLD HICKORY

Sumner/Wilson/Trousdale counties

north of Lebanon on Old Hickory Lake

MICHAEL BOBEL (615) 444-6673

Areas consists of 6,000 huntable acres in narrow strips of land along the 21,700 acres of water on Old Hickory Lake. Of the 6,000 acres only 1,000 acres have public land access. The remaining 5,000 acres are primarily accessible by water.

UNIT I

Highway 109 upstream to River Mile 267

excluding Lock 5 Refuge • SG, WF, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Small game hunting is closed after 3 p.m. (CST) during the late duck season. The sub-impoundment units as posted are closed to all types of activity five days prior to the opening of the first segment of the late duck season. Raccoon and opossum hunting, trapping and fishing are prohibited in sub-impoundments during the late waterfowl season.

Dove – Sep. 7 on Barton’s Creek. Youth only (6-16), must be accompanied by a licensed non-hunting adult. Hunting begins at 6 a.m.

Dove – Sep. 9 and every Wednesday and Friday-Sunday thereafter during the first segment of the statewide season.

Waterfowl – Hunting is permitted only from registered blind sites and staked temporary blind sites during the late duck season. Same as statewide season, except waterfowl hunting shall cease at 3 p.m. (CST) during the late duck season, except hours same as statewide on the last day of each segment of the late duck season.

Waterfowl (wheelchair-bound only blind site) – Applications must be received by the TWRA Region II Office by noon on the fourth. Friday in October. Persons holding a permit for another blind are not eligible.

Dog training – Sep. 1 – Mar. 15, except closed during duck seasons.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

UNIT II

Hwy. 109 downstream to Old Hickory Dam • SG, WF, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Waterfowl – Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Hunting from registered blind sites only, except during the early duck season. All goose hunting is from registered blinds only.

UNIT III

From River Mile 267 upstream to the old Lock 6 site at River Mile 281 • SG, WF, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Waterfowl – Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Hunting from temporary blinds only. Decoys must be picked up each day.

225-OLD HICKORY LOCK 5 REFUGE

Trousdale/Wilson counties • 900 acres

north of Lebanon; Located from Hwy. 231 upstream to River Mile 265.5

MICHAEL BOBEL (615) 444-6673

Public use, including all forms of trespass, is prohibited from Nov. 15 to the last day of February. Public entry and fishing permitted while on the main river channel passing through the refuge. Closed to waterfowl hunting. Boat access only.

OLD HICKORY LOCK 5 REFUGE (North of the Cumberland River)

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

OLD HICKORY LOCK 5 REFUGE (South of the Cumberland River)

Deer, Turkey (Young Sportsman Only) – Sept. 21 – 22, Sept. 28 – 29, Oct. 5 – 6, 12 – 13. Archery equipment only.

Deer, Turkey (Young Sportsman Only) – Oct 19 – 20, 26 – 27, Nov. 2 – 3. Archery and muzzleloader equipment only. All hunters must comply with blaze orange requirements.

Turkey (Young Sportsman Only) – Same as statewide spring turkey season.

226OWL HOLLOW MILL

Franklin County • 3,000 acres

near Tims Ford Lake

Stacy Stevenson (931) 968-6215 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Dove (Youth Only) – Sep. 7. Youth only (6-16) must be accompanied by a licensed non-hunting adult. Maple Bend Road field only. Rest of WMA closed.

Dove – Sep. 8. Entire WMA open to all ages for the remainder of the statewide dove season.

227-PERCY PRIEST

Davidson/Rutherford/Wilson counties

Two units consisting of 10,768 huntable acres surrounding 14,500 acres of water

bordering Percy Priest Lake

Glen Rogers (615) 355-0914

Centerfire prohibited on all units.

UNIT I

near LaVergne north of Smyrna Air Base • 1,408 acres • SG, BG

Unit I closed to all activity from sunset to one-half hour before sunrise, except as noted. Trucks and ATVs allowed off -road during field trials and training only.

All activities, except dove hunts on designated fields and scheduled field trials, prohibited on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Sept. 1 – Apr. 30.

Additional WMA closures for special field trial dates are determined by the manager. Currently, these additional dates are Nov. 6, 7, 8, 29; Dec. 27; January. 3; Feburary 28; March 28.

Dove – Sep. 1, and each Saturday and Sunday thereafter, and Labor Day during the first and second segments of the statewide season. Shooting from staked positions only. On Sep. 1, staked positions will be assigned by a drawing held on site at 10 a.m. and hunters must check out at the conclusion of their hunt. Successful applicants must be at their staked position at the start of shooting hours.

Squirrel – Same as statewide season, except as noted.

Quail – rabbit (Youth) – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15. Same as statewide seasons, except Monday through Thursday only. Shotguns only. Each Youth must be accompanied by an adult who may not hunt or carry weapons. Each adult must possess a valid hunting license and an area permit.

Deer, Turkey (Archery Only) – Same as statewide seasons, except closed Friday, Saturday, Sunday and except as noted.

Deer (Muzzleloader) – Same as statewide except closed Friday, Saturday, Sunday. Remainder of deer season is archery only.

Turkey – Same as statewide spring turkey season, except closed Friday–Sunday until April 30.

Dog training – Sep. 1 – Apr. 30. Small game permit required. Training from horseback prohibited before Oct. 1. Participants of sanctioned field trials may train 72 hours prior to and after scheduled dates without a small game permit. Blank ammunition only. Night time dog training prohibited.

Retriever Dog Training and Trials – Year-round in designated areas only. Trials must be scheduled with Area Manager, and special field trial permits must be obtained from the TWRA Region II Office at least 30 days in advance of trial dates. Participants of sanctioned field trials may train 72 hours before and after scheduled dates without a small game hunt permit.

Bird and Rabbit Dog and Fox Hound Trials – Sep. 1 – Apr. 30. Trials must be scheduled with Area Manager, and special field trial permits must be obtained from the Region II Office at least 30 days in advance of trial dates. Field trial gallery must be kept out of standing or planted crops by Marshals provided by sponsoring club. Fox hound trials subject to special regulations.

UNIT II

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Deer is shotgun/muzzleloader/archery only. Fall turkey is archery only.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Waterfowl – Same as statewide seasons. Temporary blinds only. No blinds, blind materials, boats, or decoys may be left overnight.

Dog training – Sep. 1 – Apr. 30. No hunting or training from horseback.

Archery Practice – Open year–round, on designated range site (Poole Knobs) only. Target arrows only.

228-SHELTON FERRY

Montgomery County • 628 acres

south of Clarksville

ERIC TUMMINS (615) 792-4510 • SG, WF, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted. Deer is archery equipment only, except during Young Sportsman hunts.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Firing Range – Montgomery County Shooting Complex, see Unit CWD.

229-TIE CAMP

Wayne County • 8,088 acres

north of Waynesboro

Pam McDonald (931) 762-5749 • SG, BG

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

230-WILLIAMSPORT

Maury County • 1,722 acres

on Hwy. 50 approximately 10 mi. west of Columbia

Tommy Edwards (931) 840-4042 • SG, BG, HI

Special Use – No riding during scheduled Big Game hunts. Hooved animal riding, bicycling and Off -Highway Vehicle (OHV) use permitted only by individuals possessing a valid hunting and fishing license and WMA permit or a High Impact Habitat Conservation Permit.

Open one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset on hunt days. Possession of alcoholic beverages is prohibited. No camping allowed.

Same as statewide seasons, except big game seasons have specific dates and closed thereafter. No hunting the night before or during big game hunts. Closed to fall turkey hunting.

Dove – Same as statewide season, except open only on Sep. 1 and every Saturday during the first segment. Designated fields only. Shooting from staked positions only on Sep. 1. On Sep. 1, staked positions will be assigned by a drawing held on site at 10 a.m. Hunters must be present at drawing and must check out at the conclusion of the hunt. Successful applicants must be at the staked position at legal shooting hours.

Deer (Archery) – Three hunts: Sept. 21 – 23, Sep. 28 – 30, Oct. 5 – 7. Two deer, either sex, but only one can be antlered (bonus deer).

Deer (Gun – Young Sportsman) – Two hunts: Oct. 12 – 13, 19 – 20. Two deer, only one can be antlered (bonus deer).

Deer (Muzzleloader) – One hunt: Nov. 2 – 4. Hunter quota 100. Two deer, but only one can be antlered (bonus deer).

Deer (Gun) – Four hunts: Nov. 16 – 18, 23 – 25, Dec. 7 – 9, 14 – 16. Hunter quota 100. Two deer, but only one can be antlered (bonus deer).

Turkey (Young Sportsman) – One hunt: Mar. 28 – 29. One bearded bird.

Turkey – Two hunts: Apr. 4 – 7, Apr. 18 – 21. One bearded bird per hunt.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Crow – Sep. 1 – Feb. 28. All crow hunting is limited to Saturdays during the month of September during the first segment of dove season, thereafter on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Dog training – Sep. 1 – Mar. 15, daylight hours only.

231-YANAHLI

Maury County • 12,800 acres

South east of Columbia

Tommy Edwards (931) 840-4042 • SG, wf, BG, HI

Special Use – Horses and other saddle and pack animals are prohibited during big game seasons. ATVs are prohibited.

Hooved animal riding permitted only by individuals possessing a valid hunting and fishing license and WMA permit or a High Impact Habitat Conservation Permit.

Hooved animal riding: possession of alcohol prohibited, must ride on designated trails only.

The use of any alcoholic beverages is prohibited by all users. During daylight hours, all users outside of an enclosed vehicle or out of camp must wear fluorescent orange during the deer gun and muzzleloader seasons.

Treestands must be marked with the hunter’s TWRA identification number. Leaving any personal property unattended for longer than 24 hours, without prior permission, may be impounded and may be disposed of according to state procedures.

Same as statewide seasons, except as noted.

Quail – Nov. 2 – Jan. 15.

Firing Range – Automatic weapons prohibited.