From the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency - Wild Hog Lease Member Exemption Set to Expire July 31, 2014

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Nashville, Tennessee - The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is reminding all individuals involved in private hunting leases that they must be listed as designees on a landowner’s wild hog exemption in order to assist with wild hog control after July 31, 2014.

Currently, individuals that are a part of leases established before Sept. 15, 2011 are allowed to assist landowners with wild hog control in addition to the designees listed on the landowner’s exemption.

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Professional Outdoor Media Association names All Star team in Tennessee

Tony Bynum, Bill Miller, Kevin Tate, Tammy Sapp, J. Wayne Fears and J. Craig Haney during POMA's Pinnacle Award Ceremony in Tennessee

Knoxville, Tennessee - Everyone appreciates a pat on the back. A 'well done' or 'atta boy' from friends, family and coworkers is usually enough for more. But for some, those driven few who can't help but shine, whose work exceeds expectations at every glance, a pat on the back only goes so far. It is their work, and not their ego, that demands recognition. In the Outdoor Industry, those individuals receive such recognition in the form of the Pinnacle Awards.

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Latest gadgets, guns and gear hit the stage at the Knoxville Convention Center

Rifles on display during POMA's 2014 Product Showcase at the Knoxville Convention Center in Tennessee

Knoxville, Tennessee - When members of the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA) get together for their annual business conference, it's more than meetings, meals and seminars. Sure there's the opportunity to reconnect with friends, colleagues and business partners, but there's also time to show off a little. Especially at the Product Showcase.

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Opening ceremony at Ijams Nature Center sets groundwork for Outdoor Communication celebration

Bluegrass trio plays during POMA opening ceremony at Ijams Nature Center, Knoxville, TN

Knoxville, Tennessee - With a banjo, guitar, and mandolin trio strumming away, there was plenty of picking and a grinning as opening ceremonies for the 2014 Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA) Conference landed at the Ijams Nature Center in Knoxville. A gathering of the finest outdoor writers, producers, and personalities in the United States, Ijams was the perfect location to say hello to Tennessee.

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From the the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency - 2014 Spring Turkey Hunting Season Opens With Youth Hunt

Nashville, Tennessee - The Young Sportsman Hunt on March 22-23 kicks off the 2014 spring hunting season for wild turkeys. The statewide spring turkey hunting season opens the following weekend on March 29 and runs through May 11.

The Young Sportsman Hunt will give the youngsters the first opportunity. Youth hunters ages 6-16 are allowed to harvest one bearded turkey which counts toward statewide bag limit unless taken on a Wildlife Management Area where turkeys are designated as bonus birds.

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From the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency - Tennessee’s Gun Season for Deer Opens November 23

Deers in rut from American Hunter MagazineNashville, Tennessee - Tennessee sportsmen will be venturing to the woods for one of the state’s traditions with the annual opening of gun season for deer which falls on the Saturday before Thanksgiving. The 2013 season opens Nov. 23.

For the third year, sportsmen will find one continuous season that will continue through Jan. 5, 2014. The continuous season replaced the previously two segmented hunting seasons that were in place prior to 2011.

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From the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency - Application Period Underway for 2013 WMA Big Game Quota Hunts

Elk Hunting in Tennessee, photo courtesy of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Nashville, Tennessee - The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has announced the application period for the 2013 Elk and Wildlife Management Area (WMA) Big Game Quota Hunts, the Youth Elk, and WMA Youth will run from June 12- through July 24.

The elk and youth elk hunts were moved to coincide with the application period for the other Fall WMA/Youth Big Game Quota Hunts. Entries must be submitted before midnight (CDT) July 24.

The WMA hunting instruction sheet lists available locations and dates for each of the quota hunts along with drawing rules and regulations. Instruction sheets can be obtained and applications made for the hunts at any TWRA license agent, TWRA regional office or online at the TWRA website, www.tnwildlife.org. Applications cannot be submitted via the TWRA Movile App or by mail.

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From the the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency - 2013 Elk Hunt Application Dates Scheduled for June 12 Through July 24

Elk from special 2012 Tennessee hunt NASHVILLE --- The application period for Tennessee’s 2013 elk hunt will be June 12 through July 24, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has announced. This year’s application period, which also includes the youth hunt application period, will be held concurrently with the Wildlife Management Area (WMA) and WMA Youth quota period.

Tennessee’s fifth elk hunt is scheduled to be held Oct. 21-25 at the North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area, located off I-75, north of Knoxville. There will again be five Elk Hunting Zones designated at the WMA.

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NRA's Wayne LaPierre focuses on School Safety, Background Checks and the need to Stand and Fight

Wayne LaPierre speaks at the National Wild Turkey Federation convention in Tennessee

Nashville, Tennessee - On Thursday, February 14th, NRA Executive Vice President spoke to those attending the National Wild Turkey Federation's 37th Convention in Nashville. The following is Mr. LaPierre's response to President Obama's State of the Union Address:

Two nights ago, President Barack Obama delivered his State of the Union Address. In that speech, the president displayed a level of political fraud and public deception that cannot be ignored.

Before we get to that, let’s go back about two months. Days after tragedy struck Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, the president held a press conference at the White House.

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