NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission is meeting next week to discuss and vote on the state's 2014 commercial fishing proposals.
The meeting is scheduled for Sept. 19-20 in Nashville.
The commission says final changes to the commercial fishing proclamation will be presented to the commission for any discussion and final approval at the meeting.
Other topics will be discussed at the meeting.
The dove hunting season is underway in the state and a report on the opening of the season will be given. Details on all public dove hunting opportunities will be part of the report.
An update on boating accident statistics for the year will be given by Glenn Moates, Boating and Law Enforcement Division Assistant Chief.
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