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Barkley

Includes the following dewatering areas- Barkley Unit 1 (also known as Dover Bottoms) and Bear Creek WMA.

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): 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. Culling is prohibited.

Redear Sunfish: 20 per day, no length limit

Bluegill/Warmouth and other sunfishes: no creel or length limit

Kentucky

Includes the following dewatering areas- West Sandy, Big Sandy, Gin Creek, Camden Bottoms, Duck River Bottoms, Busseltown, Perryville, and Gumdale.

Largemouth/Smallmouth/Spotted Bass: 5 per day in combination

Largemouth/Smallmouth Bass: 15 inch minimum length limit

Spotted Bass: no length limit

Crappie (all species): 30 per day in combination, 10 inch minimum length limit—this includes all dewatering areas.

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, 14 inch minimum length limit

Paddlefish: 2 per day; season is open from April 24 through May 31. Culling is prohibited.

Redear Sunfish: 30 per day, no length limit

Bluegill/Warmouth and other sunfishes: no creel or length limit

Pickwick

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): 30 per day in combination, 9 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. Culling is prohibited.

Redear Sunfish: 20 per day, no length limit

Bluegill/Warmouth and other sunfishes: no creel or length limit

Reelfoot

Preservation Permit required for lake users except those under 16 years of age and residents 65 years or older. The use of gasoline powered boats is prohibited in TWRA posted areas during April and May.

Largemouth/Spotted Bass: 5 per day in combination

Largemouth Bass: 15 inch minimum length limit

Spotted Bass: no length limit

Crappie (all species): 30 per day in combination, no 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

Yellow Bass: no creel or length limit

Paddlefish: 2 per day; season is open from April 24 through May 31. Culling is prohibited.

Redear Sunfish: 20 per day, no length limit

Bluegill/Warmouth and other sunfishes: no creel or length limit

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