New 2014 Regulations
- Region 1
- Kentucky Lake: Sauger – Minimum length limit increased to 15 inches.
- Maples Creek and Brown’s Creek lakes: Crappie – Decrease the minimum length limit to 8 inches.
- Region 2
- Woodhaven Lake (Montgomery Bell State Park): Bass – 5 per day, no length limit.
- Region 3
- Caney Fork Watershed (Center Hill Reservoir, Great Falls Reservoir, Calfkiller, Collins, Caney Fork, and Rocky rivers and their tributaries): Muskellunge – Increase the minimum length limit to 50 inches.
- Big Lost, Goforth, Spring, and Greasy creeks (Polk County): Added Greasy Creek to the list of Polk County streams with special regulations. These creeks will be closed on Friday from March 1 through June 1.
- Region 4
- Cherokee Reservoir: Paddlefish – Snagging season changed to April 1 through April 15.
- Fort Loudoun, Melton Hill, and Chilhowee reservoirs: Walleye and Sauger to follow statewide regulations. Walleye 5 per day, 16-inch minimum length limit; sauger 10 per day, 15-inch minimum length limit.
Regulations in red are new this year.
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