Fall on Old Hickory Lake

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Old Hickory Lake is always beautiful this time of year and the wonderful Fall colors made for a magical ride with Molly and Eleanor Wednesday afternoon. I am really enjoying being on the water even though cooler days are just around the corner.

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Why should you choose a post and beam structure?

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Why choose a pre-built kit for your building?? It saves you TIME, MONEY, and they are EASY TO BUILD. Rest assured, we provide a custom design for each building project. Nothing about your post and beam structure will be generic or cookie cutter. Learn more about the benefits of a pre-built Legacy kit: http://legacypostandbeam.com/about/why-pre-built-kit/

Tuckasee Outdoors is interested in leasing your property!

We are currently leasing agriculture and recreational property in Middle Tennessee and South Central Kentucky

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Benefits/Services for the Landowner:

  • Income Opportunities
  • Trespassing and Poaching will cease with increased activity and Custom No Trespassing Signs
  • Wildlife Management designed to reduce Crop Damage
  • Food plots and land improvement to enhance the quality of Wildlife
  • Tuckasee Outdoors covers the Liability Insurance for all parties.
  • Flexible Written Lease Agreements
  • 30 Day Cancellation Policy on properties that are For Sale

Considering leasing, purchasing or selling quality recreational, agricultural, or waterfront property? Please give us a call at 800-377-6393.

Charm and Versatility with Legacy Post & Beam

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Looking to add rustic charm and storage to your property? A customized Legacy barn does both! This Legacy Barn was designed to meet the lifestyle of a busy family. There is a large open area for shop and equipment storage, the finished loft is a great space for entertaining and the shed was designed for future horse stalls. Let us help you create your Legacy!

69.7 Acres For Sale on Old Hickory Lake!

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The Bradley Farm is a “Rare” find, 69.7 acres with long frontage on Old Hickory Lake AND Lake View Road in the Cairo Community of Sumner County, Tennessee. This farm not only provides great recreational opportunities, it is also fenced and cross fenced for livestock. The old homestead still remains but will need tender loving care to bring it back to life. The rolling pastures, incredible views, wildlife and access to the lake can only be described as AMAZING! The Bradley Farm is being offered for sale at $2,091,000.00. If you would like more information or to schedule a private showing please give Terry Alexander with One Stop Realty a call at 615-584-8154 or visit terryalexander.com for additional photos.

 

Lease with Tuckasee Outdoors

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This Buck was caught this week with a  Tuckasee Outdoors’ game cam in Sumner County, TN. Tuckasee Outdoors is always looking to lease quality land in Middle Tennessee and South Central Kentucky. If you are or know of a private land owner that is not taking advantage of Tuckasee Outdoors’ unique lease program. Give Terry a call at 615-584-8154 or send him an email at terry@terryalexander.com.

Snow for Nebraska’s Spring Turkey Season!

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My good friend Brian Wiese of Legacy Post & Beam braved the recent snow to get out on Nebraska’s opening day of the Spring Archery Season. For 2016, Nebraka’s Wild Turkey Spring Archery Season opens March 25, while Shotgun opens April 16. Nebraska’s Spring Season is among the longest around, with archery and shotgun seasons closing May 31.

2015 Spring Turkey Hunting

Tennessee Statewide Spring Turkey Season

April 4 – May 17, 2015
All Tennessee counties are open to wild turkey hunting including WMAs and refuges unless specifically listed.

Learn About the New Big Game Check In Procedures & Harvest Logs

Bag Limits

One (1) bearded turkey per day, not to exceed four (4) per season. Turkeys taken on all quota hunts and specially designated WMAs are bonus turkeys.

Spring Turkey Shooting Hours

Thirty (30) minutes before legal sunrise to sunset.

Spring Turkey On WMAs

The use of any type of food to feed or attract wild turkeys on WMAs is prohibited. Calling or attempting to call wild turkeys using any means to mimic the sounds made by turkeys is prohibited on all WMAs from March 1 until the opening day of the spring turkey hunts on the WMA.

Statewide Spring Young Sportsman Hunt

March 28-29, 2015 (ages 6 through 16). One (1) bearded turkey which counts toward statewide bag unless taken on a WMA where turkeys are designated as bonus birds. Each youth must be accompanied by a nonhunting adult, 21 years of age or older, who must remain in a position to take immediate control of the hunting device, who is not required to have a license.

http://www.tn.gov/twra/turkeymain.html