Tennessee Duck Hunting Guides and Outfitters

Tennessee Duck Hunting can be one of the most memorable hunting trips. With speeds of over 60 miles an hour, duck hunting can be very challenging as well as fun. In their annual migration some ducks travel from the Arctic Circle to South America and back again. The following links to Tennessee duck hunting guides and outfitters should be able to help you in planning your next trip.


Duck Hunting Guides and Outfitters from Tennessee

Tennessee Duck HuntingThese Tennessee duck hunting guides and outfitters will be happy to help you in planning your next trip.
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Each hunting guide or outfitter has a webpage that can answer most of your questions that you have on duck. If not, their email or phone number is listed on each website.

Tennessee, the “Volunteer State” offers much in wildlife along with the lay of the land, from rolling woodland areas to the Great Smoky Mountains. The climate is mild in both summer and winter. The state has over 42,000 square miles of land, which is more then enough for Tennessee hunting guides or outfitters.

Appalachia Adventures

Donaldson Farms Duck Club

Primm Springs Wildlife Company

Steve McCadams Professional Guide Service

CC Partridge Patch

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Tennessee Hunting Supply Store, Taxidermists, and Lodging or Hotel Accommodation

Tennessee hunting lodges, hotel accommodations, supply stores, and taxidermy services are listed below. We have displayed these links to help you with your next trip if the need arises. Hunting-Trips-R-Us wants you to have a great experience on your next hunt.


Supply Stores for Tennessee Duck Hunters

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Taxidermy Services in Tennessee for Duck Hunts and Other Animals

Listed are Tennessee taxidermists offered for duck hunts and other animals.




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Tennessee Hunting Lodge or Hotel Accommodations

Tennessee lodging or hotel accommodation for duck hunters and their families.




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Tennessee Hunting Licenses and Season Schedule

The guides and outfitters will be able to supply you with additional information on the states hunting licenses and season schedule. Here are two links for the Tennessee licenses and the season schedule that should help you with the information you need for your next hunting trip. We have also included a link for the weather as well. Each guide or outfitter can help you more.

Tennessee Hunting License

Tennessee Hunting Season Schedule

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Terrain and Weather to Help Plan Your Next Tennessee Trip

Tennessee, the “Volunteer State” offers much in wildlife along with the lay of the land, from rolling woodland areas to the Great Smoky Mountains. The climate is mild in both summer and winter. The state has over 42,000 square miles of land, which is more then enough for Tennessee hunting guides or outfitters.

Kentucky and Virginia border Tennessee on the north and by Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi on the south. North Carolina lies to the east, and Arkansas and Missouri to the west. The eastern boundary is crossed by the Great Smoky Mountains, which are so called because of the bluish haze, which hovers over them.

Except in the mountains, Tennessee has a mild and equable climate, with an average January temperature of 39 degrees, and a July average of 79 degrees. The heaviest rains occur in early spring, when floods threaten on the Mississippi and its tributaries. The annual precipitation averages 47 inches. The hot, humid summers have given parts of western part of the state a subtropical climate. The state offers much to a hunter and should be taken advantage of on your next trip.


We Hope Every Hunter Have a Great Duck Hunting Trip

Tennessee duck hunts are fun and challenging. We have worked very hard to have links to guides and outfitters whom hunt duck. Always keep in mind this is a “Hunting Directory” and these links are for advertising purposes only. We at Hunting-Trips-R-Us cannot be responsible for any company listed.



Choose a State for Your Hunting Trip

Planning your next Tennessee duck hunting trip can take time. You should always keep in mind the weather conditions of the state and the lay of the land. The links we have provided to the different Tennessee guides and outfitters in the state should be able to help. We at Hunting-Trips-R-Us want you to have a great experience on your next duck hunt.