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Welcome to 2021-22 Tennessee Hunting

What's New

There are several important changes for the 2021–2022 hunting and trapping seasons.

  1. Major changes to public land waterfowl hunting. See Wildlife Management Area General Regulations.
  2. Additional crow hunting opportunity during the opening week of dove season. See Migratory Bird Seasons & Bag Limits.
  3. New lifetime license available for adopted children. See License Fees.
  4. Fight CWD Incentive Program. See CWD in Tennessee.
  5. Henderson County added to Unit CWD. See CWD in Tennessee.
  6. Replacement bucks in Unit CWD carry over one season. See CWD in Tennessee.
  7. Veteran and active military waterfowl hunts added to all WMAs under state waterfowl seasons. See Wildlife Management Area General Regulations.
  8. Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park and Natural Area (see Region I) and Eagle Lake Refuge Bomprezzi Unit (see Region I) now allow the take of antlerless deer during statewide gun season.