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Reservoir Regulations – Region 2

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Full pool elevation is the reservoir/stream boundary for harvest restrictions unless otherwise noted.

Statewide regulations apply for any species not mentioned under each listed reservoir section.

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Region 2

Barkley Lake

See Reservoir Regulations—Region 1.

Cheatham

Includes Stones River up to J. Percy Priest Dam.

  • Largemouth/Smallmouth/Spotted Bass: 5 per day in combination
  • Largemouth Bass: 14 inch minimum length limit
  • Smallmouth Bass: 18 inch minimum length limit
  • Spotted Bass: no length limit
  • Crappie (all species): 30 per day in combination, 10 inch minimum length limit
  • Catfish (all species): no harvest limit for fish under 34 inches in length; only one fish over 34 inches in length may be harvested per day
  • Striped Bass or Hybrid Striped Bass: 2 per day in combination, 15 inch minimum length limit
  • White Bass: 15 per day, no length limit
  • Yellow Bass: no creel or length limit
  • Walleye: 5 per day, 16 inch minimum length limit
  • Sauger: 10 per day, 15 inch minimum length limit
  • Paddlefish: 2 per day; season is open from April 24 through May 31.
  • Rock Bass: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Redear Sunfish: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Bluegill/Warmouth and other sunfishes: no creel or length limit

Cordell Hull

See Reservoir Regulations—Region 3.

Kentucky Lake

See Reservoir Regulations—Region 1.

Normandy

  • Largemouth/Smallmouth/Spotted Bass: 5 per day in combination
  • Largemouth Bass: 15 inch minimum length limit
  • Smallmouth Bass: 18 inch minimum length limit
  • Spotted Bass: no length limit
  • Crappie (all species): 15 per day in combination, 10 inch minimum length limit
  • Catfish (all species): no harvest limit for fish under 34 inches in length; only one fish over 34 inches in length may be harvested per day
  • White Bass: 15 per day, no length limit
  • Walleye: 5 per day in combination, 16 inch minimum length limit
  • Rock Bass: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Redear Sunfish: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Bluegill/Warmouth and other sunfishes: no creel or length limit

Old Hickory

  • Largemouth/Smallmouth/Spotted Bass: 5 per day in combination
  • Largemouth Bass: 14 inch minimum length limit
  • Smallmouth Bass: 18 inch minimum length limit
  • Spotted Bass: no length limit
  • Crappie (all species): 30 per day in combination, 10 inch minimum length limit
  • Catfish (all species): no harvest limit for fish under 34 inches in length; only one fish over 34 inches in length may be harvested per day
  • Striped Bass or Hybrid Striped Bass: 2 per day in combination, 15 inch minimum length limit
  • White Bass: 15 per day, no length limit
  • Yellow Bass: no creel or length limit
  • Walleye: 5 per day, 16 inch minimum length limit
  • Sauger: 10 per day, 15 inch minimum length limit
  • Paddlefish: 2 per day; season is open from April 24 through May 31.
  • Rock Bass: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Redear Sunfish: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Bluegill/Warmouth and other sunfishes: no creel or length limit

Percy Priest

  • Largemouth/Smallmouth/Spotted Bass: 5 per day in combination
  • Largemouth Bass: 15 inch minimum length limit
  • Smallmouth Bass: 18 inch minimum length
  • Spotted Bass: no length limit
  • Crappie (all species): 30 per day in combination, 10 inch minimum length limit
  • Catfish (all species): no harvest limit for fish under 34 inches in length; only one fish over 34 inches in length may be harvested per day
  • Striped Bass or Hybrid Striped Bass: 2 per day in combination, 15 inch minimum length limit
  • White Bass: 15 per day, no length limit
  • Yellow Bass: no creel or length limit
  • Rock Bass: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Redear Sunfish: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Bluegill/Warmouth and other sunfishes: no creel or length limit

Tims Ford

  • Largemouth/Smallmouth/Spotted Bass: 5 per day in combination
  • Largemouth Bass: 15 inch minimum length limit
  • Smallmouth Bass: 18 inch minimum length limit
  • Spotted Bass: no length limit
  • Crappie (all species): 15 per day in combination, 10 inch minimum length limit
  • Catfish (all species): no harvest limit for fish under 34 inches in length; only one fish over 34 inches in length may be harvested per day
  • Striped Bass or Hybrid Striped Bass: 2 per day in combination, 15 inch minimum length limit
  • White Bass: 15 per day, no length limit
  • Yellow Bass: no creel or length limit
  • Walleye: 5 per day, 16 inch minimum length limit
  • Rock Bass: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Redear Sunfish: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Bluegill/Warmouth and other sunfishes: no creel or length limit

Woods

  • Largemouth/Smallmouth/Spotted Bass: 5 per day in combination
  • Largemouth/Spotted Bass: no length limit
  • Smallmouth Bass: 18 inch minimum length limit
  • Crappie (all species): 15 per day in combination, 10 inch minimum length limit
  • Catfish (all species): no harvest limit for fish under 34 inches in length; only one fish over 34 inches in length may be harvested per day
  • White Bass: 15 per day, no length limit
  • Yellow Bass: no creel or length limit
  • Rock Bass: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Redear Sunfish: 20 per day, no length limit
  • Bluegill/Warmouth and other sunfishes: no creel or length limit

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