Category: Pheasant Hunting in Tennessee

Hunting Season Opening for Wildlife Refuges

At the end of August in Tennessee, the National Wildlife refuges are offering hunting opportunities with this hunting season. Although not too rare, we have been seeing more and more refuge hunting in the past few years than we have ever seen in the past all across the United States. These two refuges in particular… Read more »

Getting to Meadow Brook Game Farm

One of the questions we field most often here at Meadow Brook Game Farm are from people wondering how to get to our 1,200-acre shooting preserve in Westmoreland, TN. Our location in north central Tennessee is out of the way, but plenty of travel and lodging accommodations make a visit to our grounds a friendly… Read more »

Pheasant Hunting Tips and Tactics

Pheasant hunts are known for being great team games, but hunter and guide, Don Nelson, of Minnesota is a big believer in the solo hunt. Nelson says that some of his most fruitful hunts have been just him and his yellow lab, Houston. However, solo hunts do need to be handled differently than team hunts…. Read more »

Tennessee Waterfowl Meeting

Game bird hunters who plan to register to hunt within the state of Tennessee should be aware of an incredibly important meeting coming up this week. Here at Meadow Brook Game Farm, we wanted to make sure that our readers were aware of their opportunity to learn more about the upcoming hunting seasons for waterfowl…. Read more »

An Increase in the Daily Bag Limits for Game Birds

Anytime a hunter grabs his rifle and heads into the great outdoors, he or she wants to be able to take home as large of a catch as they can. The imposition of daily bag limits can be a pain, although these rules help to support healthy populations of wild birds. Here at Meadow Brook… Read more »

End of February Hunting in Tennessee

With the end of February approaching the 2013-14 hunting season is set to come to a close. While there are only a few weeks left in the current season, there is still plenty of time to experience the thrill of the hunt. In fact, the end of the season is often one of the best… Read more »

Albino Deer in the Tennessee Wilderness

With 2014 upon us, it’s time to make resolutions that we all hope will lead to better futures for ourselves. One resolution that most sportsmen should consider is becoming a smarter hunter. Staying on the right side of the law can help you keep fines and sentencing at bay, and it’s especially important when doing… Read more »

Tennessee Hunting and Smartphones

You’ve heard the saying by now that, for any job, “there’s an app for that.” Many hunters, however, haven’t exactly taken to smartphone technology out in the field because of a lack of pertinent software programs that can help them. Here in Tennessee, the state’s Wildlife Resources Agency is hoping that they can bring hunters… Read more »

Tennessee Wounded Warriors

Many outdoorsmen are familiar with the relaxing experience they can enjoy by spending hours hunting game birds out on the range. At Meadow Brook Game Farm, we offer a great experience for hunters seeking pheasant, quail and chukar. One thing we notice is that many military veterans enjoy the experience of a calm day out… Read more »

A new game bird to the list of legal targets in Tennessee?

The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Resources Committee recently met in June 2013 to discuss a few items that may prove to be a huge benefit to waterfowl hunters within the state. These include a new start to the late waterfowl hunting season and the addition of a new game bird to the list of legal… Read more »

Local Government and Community Affect Hunting Regulations

Pheasant, quail and chukar hunting in Tennessee is not a totalitarian experience; it is quite the opposite, especially at Meadow Brook Game Farm! Although hunters may not think of one of their favorite past times as a democratic, politically-charged activity, it is when it comes to the surrounding community and government. Every year, new regulations… Read more »

Best Dog to Hunt With

Hunting is best played as a team game with two members: man and his best friend. If you’re new to bird hunting or if you’re just looking for a new dog to come out with you, never fear! While just about any breed can be trained to do really well in the field, there are… Read more »