It was a question that was asked by many people during the recent drought in southern Tennessee, where the number of permits issued has been dwindling.
In Tennessee, the state’s Department of Natural Resources has a list of approved fishing licenses and restrictions, and many of those are still in effect.
One of those restrictions is that you can’t take any fish from the state.
So what happens if you don’t have a fishing permit, you can no longer take any of the fish from your lake?
That is what was the case in June of this year.
The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services said that they have no way of knowing what type of fish the fish that were taken are.
But some fishermen are calling out for a fishing ban in the state, saying that it’s the only way to protect the state from another drought.
There’s a catch-22 in the drought.
It makes it difficult for fishermen to fish, but if they don’t get a permit, they can’t fish.
So if you’re going to take fish from a lake, you’re not going to fish.
But there is one catch.
The DNR is not allowed to revoke fishing licenses, and that’s why they’re doing that.
If they can revoke the license, they’re going back and issuing the same license that they had before.
It’s just a Catch-22.
If you get a fishing permittee license and you’re fishing from your home or a business, you are not violating the rules.
But if you go to a commercial fishing license holder, you would be violating the law, according to the DNR.
The DNR has issued about 700,000 fishing licenses across the state since 1996.
They also have issued some 2.6 million hunting licenses since 2000.
They have to enforce the rules, and there’s always a catch, said Jim Jones, an attorney for the American Fishermen’s Association.
We have to get a license that’s in line with the rules and regulations, Jones said.
So it’s kind of a Catch 22, because you can take fish out of a lake that you’re able to fish in a lake.
The drought in Tennessee is the most severe in the nation.
The number of people without a fishing licence has increased from the first quarter of this drought to the second quarter of the drought, according the DNRS.
In the last three years, the number dropped from about 2,500 to about 1,500, according figures compiled by the DNS.
A fishing license issued in 2017 is considered valid until it expires, which is March 31.
The date for renewals is July 1.
There are about 10,000 people registered for fishing licenses in Tennessee, according a DNR website.
The last drought lasted for more than two years.
The number of license holders decreased slightly in 2016 from 6,600 to 6,500.
In 2017, the DNF also issued about 13,000 hunting licenses.
There were 6,400 in 2018, but the numbers dropped to about 3,200 in 2019.