Public lands controlled by the TWRA remain open

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is announcing that the 2020 Wildlife Management Area (WMA) and Youth WMA quota hunts application results are now available on the Agency’s website. In addition, the leftover WMA permit locations have been announced which will be available Aug. 26 on a first come, first serve basis.

If applicants have an email on their customer account, they will receive an email as to whether they were successful or unsuccessful for a permit. Customers can print their permits at any time from Customers without emails and all Oak Ridge WMA hunters will receive their physical permits in the mail.

The elk drawing and Tennessee Conservation Raffle results will be announced at the Aug. 20-21 meeting of the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission in Kingsport.

There are eight fall hunts where permits where permits remain.


Code Location Equipment Type Dates Total Available

8 Catoosa-Genesis Muzzleloader Nov. 19-21 379

1 antlered deer

10 Cheatham Muzzleloader Nov. 6-8 129

1 deer antlered/antlerless

11 Cheatham Gun Nov. 13-20 106

1 deer antlered/antlerless

12 Cheatham Gun Nov. 30-Dec. 6 270

1 deer antlered/antlerless

35 Oak Ridge-Archery Zone Archery Nov. 7-8 155

3 antlerless deer, 1 bearded turkey

37 Oak Ridge-Archery Zone Archery Nov. 14-15 203

3 antlerless deer, 1 bearded turkey

39 Oak Ridge-Archery Zone Archery Dec. 12-13 241

3 antlerless deer; 1 bearded turkey

40 Prentice Cooper State Forest Archery Sept. 19-21 11

2 deer, only 1 antlered

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