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Welcome to 2021-22 Tennessee Hunting
There are several important changes for the 2021–2022 hunting and trapping seasons.
- Major changes to public land waterfowl hunting. See Wildlife Management Area General Regulations.
- Additional crow hunting opportunity during the opening week of dove season. See Migratory Bird Seasons & Bag Limits.
- New lifetime license available for adopted children. See License Fees.
- Fight CWD Incentive Program. See CWD in Tennessee.
- Henderson County added to Unit CWD. See CWD in Tennessee.
- Replacement bucks in Unit CWD carry over one season. See CWD in Tennessee.
- Veteran and active military waterfowl hunts added to all WMAs under state waterfowl seasons. See Wildlife Management Area General Regulations.
- 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.