TWRA’s Delayed Harvest Trout Program “A unique fishing opportunity”.

TWRA’s Delayed Harvest Trout Program “A unique fishing opportunity”. Posted: November 1st, 2017 by Bill Dance The fall season can be one of the best times of year to get out on stream. The leaves are turning and the summer crowds have waned. An angler can often find a stretch of water to themselves. One … Read more

Tennessee TWRA Portal Website

Home Licensing Vessel Management Events Quota Hunts Harvest Reporting Español Purchase Licenses / Permits | Report Harvest | Register & Renew Boats | Quota Hunts | Create / Manage Your Account | Obtain a HIP Permit | $170.00 Sportsman Package Sportsman Package contains licenses for all fishing & hunting activities on private property and areas … Read more

Everything You Need to Know About Smoky Mountain Trout Fishing

One of the great outdoor activities in Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is trout fishing. Whether you’re a pro or just got your first pole, the City of Gatlinburg has several streams that are easily accessible and sure to have that fish you’ll be talking about for years. Most days, you can … Read more

Fish for winter trout at Cane Creek Park

Winter weather means it’s trout time at Cane Creek Park. Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency released approximately 2,000 rainbow trout into the park’s 56-acre lake Dec. 8 and will return Jan. 19 to release more through its annual statewide winter trout stock- ing program. Dennis Woolbright, park manager, said local anglers always anticipate this winter fishing … Read more

Tennessee’s Overlooked Trout Fishery

October 04, 2010 Mountain streams and big tailwaters often overshadow the excellent lake fishing our state has to offer trout anglers. Don’t miss out on the action. Lake Calderwood, which impounds the Little Tennessee River on the border with North Carolina, supports high numbers of rainbows with some good quality fish in the mix. Photo … Read more

License and Permit Information

License and Permit Information Purchasing Online License Expiration Dates: Annual licenses and permits are valid 365 days from the date of purchase, unless otherwise noted. Example: If you purchase an annual license on February 1 that license expires on February 1 the following year. Some items, such as Migratory Bird Permits, have fixed expiration dates … Read more

TN hunting and fishing license for 2020-2021 available Tuesday

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will allow the purchase of hunting and fishing licenses for the 2020-2021 season on Tuesday, Feb. 18. Hunting and fishing licenses can be purchased online here. There are many annual license packages available to purchase; including the “Avid Angler Package,” the “Sportsman Package,” the “General Fishing … Read more

How much are TN fishing licenses?

In Tennessee, an Annual Hunting & Fishing Combination license costs $33. If you plan on fishing in Tennessee for many years, consider a Lifetime Sportsman license for $165 – $1,976 (depending on your age). On the other hand, infrequent tourists can get a Three-Day Fishing license for $20–$40. Types of Tennessee fishing licenses: Short-term fishing … Read more