Charity tournament: Tennessee’s most well-known fisherman, Bill Dance, might be most of the celebrities participating within the 1/3 annual Legends Cast for a Cure bass tournament on June 1 on Old Hickory Lake.
The match, which will be founded at Sanders Ferry Park, generates a budget for cancer research.
In addition to Dance, two other well-known anglers, Roland Martin and Jimmy Houston, are scheduled to participate.
A range of entertainers, consisting of host Chris Young, is scheduled to be on hand.
For facts, approximately entries or attendance visit CastForACure.Org.
Free fishing day: June 8 is Free Fishing Day throughout the country, whilst residents can fish without a license. There also are fishing activities scheduled for youngsters at many sites.
For details, consult the Tennessee Fishing Guide.
Top officer: Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officer Dustin Buttram has been named Boating Officer of the Year.
Buttram patrols Center Hill, Cordell Hull, and Dale Hollow lakes, and the Caney Fork River. He also conducts boating protection training during the area.
Gun display: A Friends of NRA fundraiser, Gun-O-Rama, can be held June 15 in Murfreesboro at Gun Gear and Pawn. The show runs from 10-1. Contact the shop for extra statistics.
Squirrel season: the spring squirrel season runs on June nine. Regulations and bag limits are the same as in the traditional fall season. For information, visit the Tennessee Hunting & Trapping Guide.
Elk raffle: Raffle tickets are on sale for October’s hunt and may be bought on the TWRA website, tnwildlif.Org.
The tickets price $10 every, 3 for $50 or 10 for $100. There isn’t any restriction on how many may be purchased. Proceeds visit the country’s elk-recuperation application.