GARMIN REBATE NOW AVAILABLE!
CLICK HERE to download the REBATE PDF
Qualifying purchase from October 31 to December 27 2015
(Fill out, print, and mail in with your receipt!)
We are a Garmin Authorized Dealer and keep Garmin items in stock and ready
to ship or pick up in the store. Order online or by phone.
ALL GARMIN ITEMS SHIP FREE.
Garmin GPS systems available!
We also carry a large selection of boots with Yoder chaps. We have Muck,
Lacrosse and Bekina boots in stock!
We now have BIG DOG lights!
We have SouthSide Outdoor Wear, Amish made jackets, bibs and other clothing. CHECK OUT OUR NEW MADE ESPECIALLY FOR US, JACKET! CLICK HERE TO SEE IT!!!!
Accepting credit cards through PayPal, NO PAYPAL ACCOUNT NEEDED!
PHONE ORDERS ALWAYS WELCOME! CALL NOW AT 931-212-4256
Viola Valley Hunting Supply is owned by Rodney H. Wright of Viola, Tennessee, and is located on Lynn Road off of Mt. Zion Road. Rodney has over 40 years of coonhunting experience and has used about every product available over the years. He has used lights from the old carbide light to the latest LED on the market today and everything in between.
Viola Valley Hunting Supply sells only top of the line products built by the professionals of the business. We are not an internet company but have had several customer requests to make items available for online purchase; so included in this website is an online store.
Rodney invites everyone to stop by the shop and view our items: pick it up, turn it on, try it on, ask questions, and be happy with your purchase. If what you need is not listed here, feel free to call. Most likely it is available in the shop and can be shipped immediately.
Call 931-212-4256 if you are having trouble with your shopping cart!
Viola Valley Hunting Supply
193 Lynn Rd.
Morrison, Tenn. 37357
Google Map of 193 Lynn Road
We are the red and gray building after the sharp left bend in the road on Lynn Road, about 200 yards beyond the white house 193 Lynn Road.
Store hours are Monday-Friday 9am to 6pm and Saturdays 9am to 2 pm. It is always best to call first to be sure Rodney is not off to a hunt or visiting his grandkids.