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Below is content from the 2013 guide.

New 2012 Regulations

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Statewide

Amphibians (e.g. frogs and salamanders) and crayfish shall not be imported into Tennessee or exported from Tennessee for bait.

Region 1

Gibson County Lake:

  • Bass: New creel limit of 10 bass per day. 18–24 inch protected length limit, only one bass over 24 inches may be harvested.

Lake Lajoie and Lake Placid in Chickasaw State Park:

  • Bass: 14–18 inch protected length range (slot limit). Daily creel limit 10 bass per day, only one bass over 18 inches may be harvested.

Robinson Creek, Beason Creek (upstream of North and South forks) and Owl Creek (upstream of Highway 142):

Harvest, use, and possession of crayfish is prohibited, including tributaries and adjacent banks.

Region 2

Sections of the Following Waters—East Fork Stones River, Flint River, and Mill Creek (see Live Bait Regulations):

Harvest, use, and possession of crayfish is prohibited, including tributaries and adjacent banks.

Region 3

Sections of the Following Waters—Caney Fork River, Hurricane Creek, Roaring Paunch Creek, and South Chickamauga Creeks (see Live Bait Regulations):

Harvest, use, and possession of crayfish is prohibited, including tributaries and adjacent banks.

Calderwood and Chilhowee reservoirs now managed by Region 4.

Region 4

Fort Patrick Henry Reservoir:

  • Walleye: 18 inch minimum length limit, daily creel limit of 5 per day.

Boone Reservoir:

New reservoir boundaries for fishing regulations — Boone Reservoir extends from Boone Dam upstream to the Highway 37 Bridge at Bluff City on the South Fork Holston River Arm and upstream to the new Austin Springs Bridge on the Watauga River Arm.

French Broad River, Holston River, and Clinch River:

Crayfish harvested from these rivers or their tributaries may not be possessed away from the watershed in which they were harvested.

 

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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