Tennessee’s Wild Side is already preparing for the next hunt or fishing adventure and we’re taking you along. Join our award-winning writers, producers, and videographers as we open the door to unique locations, techniques and traditions across the great state of Tennessee with some very special people who embody the spirit of the Wild Side.
Let us help you embrace your wild side!
Joey Monteleone Profile
Get up close and personal with legendary angler Joey Monteleone.
Tennessee Trout Release
Follow crews from the Dale Hollow National Fish Hatchery as they stock inner city waterways with food and fun.
Bledsoe Creek State Park History Trail
Hike back in history to a time when outdoor adventure was not necessarily a choice.
A Soldier’s Child
An event designed for things to go right. Because so much has already gone wrong.
Reel Tips: Basic Knots
Don’t go nuts over knots! Here are step-by-step instructions on how to tie two of the most fundamental and best performing knots there are…an improved clinch knot and a palomar knot.
You won’t find fancy bass boats powered by big gas engines at this tournament…just intense anglers going out with environmentally friendly kayaks powered by paddles.
Wounded Warrior Turkey Hunt
Wounded American soldiers take to the woods in search of turkey…and healing memories of a day spent in the Tennessee outdoors.
Chattanooga Crappie Club
Normally a reclusive bunch, these fishermen in Chattanooga are coming together as a group to network, share tips, compete and catch lots of crappie!
Far East on the South Harpeth
Experience fishing nirvana with young anglers from the Far East as they spend a day hunting big bass…and a few other fish…on the South Harpeth River.
Buffalo River Adventure
For those looking to get away from it all, a fishing and camping trip down the Buffalo River…118 miles to its confluence with the Duck…is the perfect place to go.
Fall Creek Falls Fishing
Known for its scenic beauty and wild waterfalls, Fall Creek Falls is also a great place to grab a kayak or jon boat and head out in search of fish.
Cold Water Cats
For those anglers willing to brave freezing temperatures on the cold waters of Chickamauga Lake, patience and persistence often pay off in trophy catfish.