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Riverdale FFA Hosting 2nd Annual Free Fishing Day June 16th
Riverdale FFA Hosting 2nd Annual Free Fishing Day June 16th

Have you thought about fishing but never have because you're inexperienced? Do you have kids you'd like to take fishing? Then the free fishing day, put on by Riverdale FFA, is for you. It will be held on Saturday, July 16th from 8am until 12pm at the Lane Agri-Park on John R. Rice Boulevard (down from Sam's and next door to PAWS).

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Free Fishing Day in June
Free Fishing Day in June

The 2018 Free Fishing Day is Saturday, June 9 when anyone may fish free without a license in Tennessee's public waters.

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Time to Renew Hunting and Fishing Licenses
Time to Renew Hunting and Fishing Licenses

If you have a 2017-2018 hunting or fishing license, those expire February 28th. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is now selling licenses that will be good through February 2019.

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Riverdale FFA Free Fishing Day Saturday, July 15th
Riverdale FFA Free Fishing Day Saturday, July 15th

Have you thought about fishing but never have because you're inexperienced? Do you have kids you'd like to take fishing? Then the free fishing day, put on by Riverdale FFA, is for you.

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Free Fishing Day in Tennessee
Free Fishing Day in Tennessee

Free Fishing Day and Week apply to Tennessee's public waters, TWRA owned and operated lakes, and state park facilities.

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Fisherman Shot at During Benefit for Gregg Hawkins
Fisherman Shot at During Benefit for Gregg Hawkins

A man was shot at during a fishing tournament to benefit the reward fund for fellow outdoorsman Gregg Hawkins, who was killed at the Mona Boat Ramp last month.

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Enter the LaVergne Fishing Tournament
Enter the LaVergne Fishing Tournament

Police officers in La Vergne are looking for fishermen to be a part of the 5th Annual Officer Benefit Bass Tournament. 

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Note To Fishermen Who Visit Center Hill Lake - Change in Oxygen Level for Fish
Note To Fishermen Who Visit Center Hill Lake - Change in Oxygen Level for Fish
"The trout are likely to be stressed and they may not feed as aggressively as normal, but I would not expect a major die-off of fish in the river," Sneed said. "We will continue to blend sluice gate releases with hydropower releases to support the downstream environmental resources."
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