Public Land: Hunting and Fishing in Tennesse

Tennesse has nearly three million acres of public land offering diverse fishing and hunting opportunities. Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge • … Continued

Tennesse has nearly three million acres of public land offering diverse fishing and hunting opportunities.

Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge

• 25,000 acres

• Good deer, turkey and small game hunting

• Waterfowl hunting available with some quota draws

Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge

• 10,428 acres

• Quota hunts for deer and turkeys

• Boat launch for access to Reelfoot Lake

Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area

• 170,000 acres

• Excellent deer and turkey hunting

• 16 boat access areas to Kentucky and Barkley Lakes plus additional lakes within LBL

Cherokee National Forest

• 650,000 acres

• Good hunting for deer and turkeys

• Trout fishing on hundreds of miles of cold water streams

More Links

WMAs

Family Fishing Lakes

Boat Ramps

Tennessee Duck Hunting Forum

Find more public land access opportunities with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Hunt Planner.

Photo: Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge

Photo credit: flickr