Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1660-01-04-.02 - OTHER TRIALS

(1) Organized bird dog clubs, rabbit dog clubs, retriever dog clubs, foxhound clubs, and other organized clubs as recognized by proclamation, may run field trials provided they justify, in writing, to the Regional Manager of the TWRA region where the trial is to be held a minimum of fifteen (15) days prior to the opening of the trial.
(2) The Wildlife Resources Agency reserves the right to prohibit any and all such field trials when same are deemed not to be in the best interest of the public or are deemed to be detrimental to the native wildlife of the area where the trial is to be held.
(3) Game birds released in bird dog and/or retriever dog field trials must have been artificially propagated or otherwise legally obtained and may be released only on the dates of the trial and on the trial grounds. Game birds released on Agency-controlled lands shall bear a leg band approved by the Wildlife resources Agency.
(4) All shoot-to-retrieve field trials shall be required to establish trial grounds as private wildlife shooting preserves and therefore shall abide by all regulations of Rule 1660-1-11.02, except for trials not operating under a private wildlife shooting preserve permit shall abide by all regulations pertaining to that season.


Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1660-01-04-.02
Original rule certified May 8, 1974. Amendment filed August 9, 1993; effective October 23, 1993. Amendment filed July 19, 2001; effective October 2, 2001.

Authority: ยง 70-1-206.

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