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Obion River WMA

Site Directions: From Kenton, follow highway 89 east and follow signs to Greenfield and Big Cypress State Natural Area.

Highway 89 is well paved, has several sharp bends, and transitions to Highway 445; however, follow the signs to Big Cypress State Natural Area and you will pass the entrance to Obion River WMA on the left.

Other access points are available on Highway 445.

Lat: 36.18482°N Long: -88.91656°W

Hours: daylight hours

Seasonality: year round

Fees: none

Site Description: Obion River WMA is a mixture of bottomland hardwood forest and cropland for waterfowl management. 

Wildlife to Watch:
 Game species are common, including Wild Turkey, White-tailed Deer, and, in winter, waterfowl abound.

Edge species, such as Indigo Bunting, are common in summer in addition to resident birds.

NOTE:  Be sure to check out our Safety Tips page for important information regarding viewing wildlife in these areas. 

TWRA WMAs Rules and Regulations

Tennesee Hunting Guide

Tennessee Fishing Guide

Obion River WMA - Maness Swamp Hunting Unit - Rules and Regulations