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TN 2016 Hunting and Fishing Licenses

12688324_1052468848106820_3561160402676859805_n***NOTICE****TN 2016 Hunting and fishing licenses go on sale February 18 each year, the beginning of prime fishing, and are valid until the last day of February the following year. We are an authorized fishing license agency, offering hunting & fishing license and boat registration renewals. Open 7 days a week – 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. PH: 731-584-7880 Located inside the boat show room

Fishing on Beautiful Kentucky Lake

girlfishThe Tennessee River lakes are home to more than 100 main species of fish, about 20 of which are caught regularly. These lakes, especially Kentucky Lake, are justifiably famous for crappie, bluegill, catfish, stripers, sauger, and largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass.

Artificial fish attractors – everything from old tires to great brush piles to stake beds – have been constructed in nearly all major creeks holding at least 10 feet of water. The attractors create a habitat for small fish; the small fish in turn lure the larger ones. A study conducted in Kentucky Lake by fishery biologists revealed that one acre of brush in a fish attractor averaged nearly 3,000 bluegill, 1,500 crappie, 580 catfish, and two largemouth bass.

If you are looking for a great place to stay and a great place to fish – look no further than Birdsong Resort & Marina. ┬áCall 731-584-7880 to reserve your home away from home.

And The Winners Are…

wtic2014Here are the results of the West TN Industrial & Commercial Bass Tournament. Dupont keeps the revolving trophy again with a total weight of 281.80 pounds.

13 companies participated including Dupont, TVA Johnsonville, Hood Container, Coca Cola, Delta Faucet, Stanley Black & Decker, TVA Cumberland City, Norandal, Georgia Pacific, Ceco Door, Fluid Routing Solutions, Owens Corning, and H & M Construction.

There were 59 total teams and 105 total fish weighed. “BIG FISH ” weighed in at 7.16 lbs caught by David Hensley & Eric Hensley paying out $1,070.00