You have heard that the largemouth bass are biting on Cherokee Lake in Panther Creek State Park and that anglers are landing plenty of smallmouth bass on Tims Ford Lake. There is no better time to buy your TN fishing license and learn the state fishing rules than the present.
A TN fishing license can be purchased either online from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency or from an approved Tennessee Wildlife Resources fishing license agent such as a tackle shop or outdoor sporting goods store.
Before you go fishing, you will need to know the fishing rules and regulations that apply in your state. Make it a habit to check for updates to fishing regulations prior to each trip since regulations can change based on seasons or following assessments of fish populations.
Each time you go fishing in Tennessee, practice respect for our nation’s waters so that our natural resources are available for future generations. Be considerate of the environment and other anglers.
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