Lick Creek WMA

Site Directions: From Big Sandy: TakeTN-69A to Lick Creek Road for approximately 7.1 miles, turn right onto Doherty Store Road and follow it for 1.3 miles, then turn left onto Chapel Road, the road dead-ends at the entrance of the WMA.  This is the only access point for the WMA.

Lat: 36.318559°N Long: -88.014819°W

Seasonality: year-round

Fees: none

Benton County • 198 acres
Billy LaGrange (731) 593-0588

Big Game, Small Game, and Trapping are the same as statewide, except where noted below.

Waterfowl - hunting is allowed from temporary blinds only which must be removed at the end of the day. No blinds, blind materials, boats, or decoys may be left overnight.

Quail - Nov 4, 2023 - Jan. 15, 2024.

Site Description: The WMA consists of 198 acres of upland hardwoods and thickets.  Access is by foot only.  Wildlife viewing opportunities are limited due to the lack of road access. 

Wildlife to Watch:   Deerturkey, and furbearers are abundant. Small game such as rabbits and woodcock are common due to the terrain.  ATVs are not permitted.

Contact Information

Region 1 Office:  731-423-5725
Phone: Toll-Free:  800-372-3928
E-mail the office
Area Manager:   Billy LaGrange (731) 593-0588 

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