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TWRA has new mobile app for outdoor enthusiasts

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NASHVILLE, TN (AP) - The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has a new mobile app that allows users to take along the latest agency info whenever they go.

The new app includes access to all hunting, trapping, fishing and boating guidelines.

Hunters can keep a hunting diary, access their harvest logs and upload their trophy photos.

Fishermen and women can access a mobile fish identification guide.

The app can also help users get directions to Wildlife Management Areas, check stations, Hunters for the Hungry processors, fishing spots, boat ramps and wildlife viewing areas.

And users can use the app to purchase licenses, renew boat registrations and report harvests.

The app is available from the Apple app store and will be launched on Android in Google Play soon.

More information is available at http://www.tnwildlife.org.

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