Your best friend. Tennessee's National Bird Dog Museum is all about the many breeds of sporting dogs--pointing and retrieving, hunting, field trial and shooting.
Sunrise, sunset. Surrounded by beauty, Tennessee hunters have plenty of prime public access.
Get your ducks in a row. Tennessee's the place for quail, wild turkey, geese, wood ducks, in picturesque locations.
Whether you are an archery buff, into trapping and skeet or an avid hunter, the game is afoot in Tennessee.
Our plentiful wildlife and waterfowl will keep you looking out and up. Tennessee's hunting lands, waterways and undeveloped shoreline afford vast acres teeming with game for Tennessee's hunters. Among prime hunting opportunities are Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Tims Ford State Park and several national wildlife refuges--Chickasaw, Cross Creeks, Lower Hatchie, Reelfoot, Lake Isom and Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge.
Try your hand at other challenges, Our field trials are full of amazing breeds showing off the best of their skills; the clay pigeons are sure to keep you guessing and aiming; rifle ranges will keep you on target; and, archery will teach you more than just the discipline of the sport.
Enjoy Tennessee's shooting sports as you travel our beautiful state!