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    Default Don't Forget Current Tennessee Fishing Licenses Expire February 28rh 2020

    DON'T FORGET! CURRENT TENNESSEE FISHING LICENSES EXPIRE FEBRUARY 29th 2020

    It's Tennessee's governments favorite time of year! Fishing licenses go on sale February 18th 2020. I try to sync my out of state licenses with my Tennessee license so they all expire at the same time and not staggered. Don't let the game warden be the one to refresh your memory! Remember if fishing outside of the Great Smoky Mountains Park you may also need a Trout Stamp, it is your responsibility to know the regulations not the game wardens.
    "Don't leave home without it!"

    FROM THE TWRA WEBPAGE:
    The 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.

    Bigsur says "Purchase online or visit your local fly shop while gearing up for Spring fishing."

    TWRA ONLINE LINK:
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    https://license.gooutdoorstennessee....merLookup.aspx

    Last edited by bigsur; 02-12-2020 at 08:22 PM.
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    Thanks for the reminder.

    I still wish the TWRA would sell licenses good for one calendar year from date of purchase as most other states do. I know about a year or so ago I was sent a questionnaire from the TWRA and this was one of the questions on it, should they be as they are now or good for one calendar year from purchase. I definitely voted for one calendar year.

    I have or have had licenses from VA, NC and SC and they all are good for one calendar year. Keeping up with them is not hard as you can check out their web site for expiration dates and they will email reminders when you're getting close.
    Last edited by JayR; 02-10-2020 at 10:45 AM.

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    But it's leap year!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elkhaircaddis View Post
    but it's leap year!!!
    TWRA "Says if the water ever goes down...please enjoy your bonus day!"
    "It starts with a raindrop, don't let it end with a teardrop!"

    "Nothing straightens out my mind like a twisting mountain stream!"

    Follow the Great Smoky Mountain Trout Unlimited website:

    http://greatsmokymountain.tu.org/

    FACEBOOK: http://m.facebook.com/GreatSmokyMountainTU/

    "A true conservationist is someone who knows that the world is not given by their fathers, but borrowed from their children."

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayR View Post
    Thanks for the reminder.

    I still wish the TWRA would sell licenses good for one calendar year from date of purchase as most other states do. I know about a year or so ago I was sent a questionnaire from the TWRA and this was one of the questions on it, should they be as they are now or good for one calendar year from purchase. I definitely voted for one calendar year.

    I have or have had licenses from VA, NC and SC and they all are good for one calendar year. Keeping up with them is not hard as you can check out their web site for expiration dates and they will email reminders when you're getting close.
    This! I almost went fishing in TN illegally because I knew I bought my license last July. Glad I checked it...

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