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Tennessee's 2004 Deer Archery Season to Open in September   PDF  Print  E-mail 
Written by TWRA  
Sunday, 05 September 2004

Tennessee's 2004 deer archery season will open across the state on Saturday morning, September 25th, according to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA).

The archery season dates in Unit A and Unit L (Middle and West Tenn.) this year will be September 25 October 29, November 1-November 5, November 13-19 and December 13 - December 17. The bag limit for Unit A is four deer, no more than two antlered and Unit L is 6 deer, no more than 2 antlered.

Unit B (East Tenn.) will be September 25 October 29, November 1 - November 5 and November 13-19. The bag limit for Unit B is two deer, either sex.

The TWRA urges all archery hunters to pick up a 2004 Tennessee Hunting and Trapping Guide to review and become familiar with all the changes for the upcoming deer season.

Hunters are reminded that they must possess the appropriate licenses and permits. Hunters born on or after January 1, 1969 must also have, in their possession, proof they have successfully completed a hunter education course.

Check out the TWRA web page (www.tnwildlife.org) for a list of classes.

Last Updated ( Friday, 03 September 2004 )

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