|Reelfoot - David Haggard USFW
hunters and outdoor enthusiasts are fortunate in that we have nearly
100 Wildlife Management Areas (WMA's) and Refuges available for
public access for hunting and other outdoor related activites.
Tennessee's WMA's range in size from 53 acres to
625,000 acres and provide more than 1,250,000 acres of public access
Wildlife Management Areas in
Tennessee are FULLY funded by hunters and fisherman
through the sale of hunting and fishing licenses. The hunters and
fisherman of Tennessee are gracious enough to allow access to many of
these properties to the non-hunting public.
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA)
oversees these WMA's which are divided into four regions, starting with
region 1 in west Tennessee and ending with region 4 in east
Tennessee. We have some detailed information about
certain WMA's and we will continue to add additional WMA's as photos
and other information become available. We have some harvest records
available for Wild Turkey and
Whitetail Deer. We also have a
short list of Tennessee's best bucks.