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Rhea County Hunters Can Feed the Hungry

Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program is in full swing for the 2018 deer season. More than 80 processors throughout the state...

Holcomb and Goins Win Watts Bar Fishing Event

Walker Valley Duo Wins:  Rhea County High Anglers Place Three in Top 11 October 2018Spring City, TN --  The fishing tandem of Kolby Holcomb and...

TVA Renews Trout Agreement

The Tennessee Valley Authority and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will continue to provide funding for trout production and stocking in TVA dam...

October Reds in Venice

VENICE, La. - In Chattanooga I live about eight hours, give or take, from the nearest redfish - a saltwater species also known as...

HotHands Made in Dalton – Who Knew?

FLORENCE, SC - There I was, recently wandering around what is called "Breakout Day" at the annual conference of the Southeastern Outdoor Press Association...

An Elk Trifecta for Southeast Tennessee Hunters

Nearly every big game hunter in Tennessee knows all about the rare opportunity to hunt elk in Tennessee. Since 2009 the Tennessee Wildlife Resources...

Tennessee Gubernatorial Candidates Answer Conservation Questions

Every voter always has key issues that are most important to them. They might weigh the stances of political candidates on a wide variety...

‘Hunts for Warriors’ Heals the Soul

When you sit shoulder-to-shoulder with any man for two straight days, you learn a lot about him without even trying too hard. But spend...

Will Travis, Elijah Gates crowned Rhea Alliance Champions

Freshman Will Travis and co-angler Elijah Gates took down the 5th Annual Rhea Alliance Scholarship Bass Tournament to each win $2500 in Bryan College...

Using a Mouse to Catch a Cat

SANTEE, South Carolina - The sun was just peeking over the horizon as Capt. Boudreaux steered us across the massive Lake Marion near Santee,...

RheaReview.com Outdoors Garners Multiple Awards

FLORENCE, S.C. — The best work of the nation’s brightest outdoor communicators was recognized with the 2018 Excellence in Craft awards at the 54th...

Area Wildlife Law Enforcers Retire

Two longtime wildlife law enforcement officers in Southeast Tennessee have retired. Captain Joe Busch (pictured right) retired after 30 years with TWRA. Busch started his...
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