Deadline nears for permanent duck blind registration for Reelfoot Lake WMA

Deadline nears for permanent duck blind registration for Reelfoot Lake WMA
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) is reminding holders of permanent registered blind sites at Reelfoot Lake Wildlife Management Area (WMA) that now is the time to register their blind. Jeff Martin, Reelfoot Lake WMA Area Manager, said, “TWRA rules and regulations require that people with permanent registered blind sites register them with TWRA by the end of July. They can do this by going to any license agent and purchasing a Type 25 (Personally Assigned Reelfoot Waterfowl Blind Permit).” Once hunters have purchased their permit, they must mail a copy to TWRA Sales Office, P.O. Box 41729, Nashville, TN 37204. “I cannot stress the importance of making this registration deadline,” Martin said. “If they do not follow this procedure, they have not registered their blind and are subject to lose their site.” If blind registrants have questions or need further information, they can contact the Reelfoot Lake WMA Office at 731-253-7343 or the TWRA Sales Office at 615-781-6585.

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