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In Tennessee, it is illegal to:

  • Hunt from or across a public road or right-of-way.
  • Hunt from an automobile or any other motorized vehicle that is moving.
  • Hunt from any vehicle, even if it is stationary, while you are on a public road, right-of-way, or public property, including WMAs.

If you are on private property, you may hunt while you are in or on a vehicle that:

  • Cannot be licensed to operate legally on Tennessee public highways, such as an ORV, ATV, or golf cart, and...
  • Is stationary (although the engine may be kept running).