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Outdoors in Tennessee is full of activity all year round.  Whatever your likes may be, you are bound to find many activities to suite your interests.  Fishing, hunting, beautiful scenery, bird watching, canoeing, boating, bicycling, hiking, camping and Eagle watching along with land and water tours are only a beginning of activities awaiting the outdoor enthusiast!

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Crappie, Bream, Catfish, Stripes and Largemouth Bass fill the waters of Reelfoot Lake.   Heading out on Kentucky Lake, put your sites on Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, White Bass, Bluegill, Shell Cracker, Sauger and Catfish on Kentucky Lake.  Whichever location you visit, be sure to check the latest activity on the lakes with our Kentucky Lake Fishing Report, Reelfoot Lake Fishing Report along with our Tournament Schedules.  For creel limits and license requirements, visit our Fishing & Hunting License page.

Hunting in Northwest Tennessee We cannot forget to mention the ducks, geese, turkey, deer and more for you hunting enthusiasts.

Reelfoot Lake is located along the famous Mississippi River Flyway in Northwest Tennessee. During the winter Reelfoot Lake National Refuge and area state refuges play host to approximately 125,000 geese and 215,000 ducks. The mallard is by far the most numerous and most favored by the hunter. Duck and goose hunting are popular wintertime activities around the lake. For your waterfowl hunting needs go to Accommodations at Reelfoot Lake or visit our Fishing & Hunting Guides at Reelfoot Lake page.

Kentucky Lake is also the winter home for migrating waterfowl. Each fall and winter over 150,000 ducks and 75,000 Canada geese arrive at the Tennessee National Refuge. Of the 23 species of ducks visiting the refuge, mallards are by far the most numerous. Go to Fishing & Hunting Guides at Kentucky Lake for waterfowl guide information and Accommodations at Kentucky Lake for where to stay while at Kentucky Lake.

For more hunting information, please check the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.