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Trout Regulations on Cherokee Wildlife Management Area

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Name of Trout Stream

Only one rod or pole permitted per angler on the waters listed below except Calderwood.

Tellico-Citico Daily Permit Required

Closed Thu/Fri
Except State &
Federal Holidays

Creel Limit

Minimum Length Limit

Hours Open

Gear/Tackle Allowed

Tellico River upstream from Turkey Creek to NC state line*

3/15 – 9/15

3/15 – 9/15

7

6″ Brook,
No size limit on Rainbow or Brown

One-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset

All

Citico Creek upstream from Little Citico Creek*

3/15 – 9/15

3/15 – 9/15

7

All

Green Cove Pond Fishing limited to handicapped** individuals, children under age 13, and adults 65 years of age and older.

Year-round

Year-round

7

All

(No minnows)

North River and tributaries

No

No

3

6″ Brook,
9″ Brown
and Rainbow

Only single-hook artificial lures and flies are permitted. Use or possession of multiple hook lures, or bait is prohibited.

One single-hook lure separated from a legal lure by a length of line (e.g. a dropper fly) is also permitted.

Bald River and tributaries

No

No

3

North Fork Citico Creek and tributaries

No

No

3

South Fork Citico Creek and tributaries

No

No

3

Laurel Fork and tributaries beginning at cable crossing ½ mile upstream from Dennis Cove Recreation Area and extending upstream

No

No

3

Gee Creek and tributaries in Polk County

No

No

3

Wolf Creek and tributaries in Polk County

No

No

3

Beaverdam Creek and tributaries from its confluence with Birch Branch downstream to Tank Hollow Road (USFS Rd. 300)

No

No

3

Paint Creek and tributaries in Greene Co. from USFS campground upstream to US Forest Service boundary line south of Hwy 70 near Munday Gap

No

No

3

Rocky Fork and tributaries

No

No

7 trout, only 3 Brook trout

6″ Brook,
No size limit on Rainbow or Brown

Higgins Creek and tributaries

No

No

Squibb Creek

No

No

Sarvis Cove

No

No

Dry Creek and tributaries (Greene Co.) upstream from US Forest Service boundary

No

No

Sycamore Creek and tributaries

No

No

Rough Ridge Creek and tributaries

No

No

Little Jacob Creek (Sullivan Co.)

No

No

Left Prong Hampton Creek (Carter Co.)

No

No

Slickrock Creek that portion which constitutes boundary between NC and TN

No

No

4

All trout 7″

Calderwood Reservoir (limblines and trotlines prohibited)

No

No

7

None

24 hrs.

All

All Other Streams in Cherokee WMA (not listed above)

No

No

7

Gen. Reg.

24 hrs.

All

* The possession of fishing equipment and/or tackle is prohibited on stream banks except during legal fishing hours.

** Handicap — Any person who is mentally or physically impaired (including blindness) because of injury or disease, congenital or acquired, which permanently renders him/her so severely disabled as to be unable to move without aid of crutches or a wheelchair, or a person who has 80% permanent impairment of a hand or arm as determined by a physician using standards outlined in the “Guide to Evaluation of Permanent Rating,” published by the AMA or other accepted rating system.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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