Hunting

On Dale Hollow

Dale Hollow Lake consists of 27,700 acres of lake surface area, and 24,842 acres of surrounding land, totaling 52,542 acres, and is one of the cleanest lakes in the United States. The lake has 620 miles of shoreline. The Corps of Engineers property surrounding the lake is open for hunting as well. Please contact their office for details, (931) 243-3136. Corps of Engineers property is subject to all TN Wildlife Resources Agency/KY Dept of Fish & Wildlife Resources Agency regulations - respectively.

Alpine Mountain
All species open with the statewide hunting and trapping seasons. Spring squirrel - same as statewide; dogs prohibited. Dog training Sept. 1 - Mar. 15
Acres:
1,642 acres
County:
Overton County
Game Type:
Small game and big game
Region:
Region III
I-40 Exit Hwy. 111 N. to Livingston to Hwy 52 East 8 miles.
(931) 864-9571
Catoosa
Entire areas open on all deer hunts. Catoosa WMA will be closed to all users Feb. 1 through last Friday in March except for walk-in small game hunting from Feb. 1-Feb. 28. Guides prohibited on all hunts. Unauthorized entry or presence is prohibited between sunset and sunrise. During big game hunts, the area is open only to legal big game hunting participants. ATV's and motorized bikes are permitted only by individuals possessing a hunting and fishing license and a WMA permit, from the fourth Saturday in August through the spring squirrel season. Feral hog hunting is prohibited; boar hunting is allowed as indicated.
Acres:
79,740 acres
County:
Cumberland and Morgan counties
Game Type:
Small game and big game
I-40 Exits - Peavine, Genesis and Westel Roads
(931) 456-2479
Standing Stone State Forest
Same as the statewide hunting and trapping seasons except for deer. Deer – Same as statewide seasons, except buck-only bag limit during the muzzle loader seasons. Deer count toward statewide bag. Closed to county special season antlerless hunts. Spring squirrel – Same as statewide; dogs prohibited.
Acres:
8,764 acres
County:
Overton County
Game Type:
Non-Posted
Region:
Region III
I-40 Exit Hwy. 111 N to Hwy. 52 West to entrance.
(931) 484-9571
Pickett State Forest
Same as the statewide hunting and trapping seasons. Spring squirrel - same as statewide, dogs prohibited. Dog training - Sept. 1 through Mar. 15.
Acres:
11,000 acres
County:
Pickett County
Game Type:
Non-Posted
Region:
Region III
(931) 484-9571
Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area
One of the few National Park Service Units where hunting is allowed. Large and small game can be hunted according to regulations. See their website for details. https://www.nps.gov/biso/planyourvisit/hunting.htm
Acres:
125,000
County:
Multiple Counties in TN & KY
Game Type:
turkey, whitetail deer, wild boar, squirrel, rabbits, racoons, and game birds
Region:
East
TN/KY
(423) 569-9778