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Fishing in Tennessee Open Waters

All Smoky Mountain Vacations
214 Sharon Dr.
Seymour, TN  37865

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One of the most diverse native fish populations in the United States is found in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, offering over 2,115 miles of streams, more than 60 species of fish and one of the last wild trout habitats in the East. Angling experiences range from remote trout streams to smallmouth bass streams with darters, dace, rock bass, suckers, shiners, minnows, catfish and lampreys populating the streams.

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GENERAL LICENSE INFORMATION:
~ Fishing licenses go on sale March 1 and are valid until the last day of February
~ All Licenses, except Sportman's Licenses, are available for sale at most county clerks, sporting goods stores, hardware stores, TWRA offices, local boat docks, Wal-Mart and K-Mart   
~ Contact the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency at 800-332-0900 for state fishing information 

WHO NEEDS A LICENSE:
~ Tennessee Resident or Non-Resident over the age of 13
~ Tennessee Residents over the age of 65 may obtain a special license from the state
~ Tennessee children under 13 are subject to the same limits and regulations as adults
~ North Carolina Resident or Non-Resident over the age of 16
~ North Carolina Resident over the age of 70 may obtain a special license from the state
~ North Carolina children under 13 are subject to the same limits and regulations as adults 

LICENSE RATES:
~ Resident Annual Hunting and Fishing Combination ~ $21.00
~ Resident One-Day Fishing ~ $2.50
~ Resident Annual Trout ~ A supplemental required license to fish for trout ~ $12.00
~ Non-Resident Annual Fish (no trout) ~ $26.00
~ Non-Resident 3 day Fishing (no trout) ~ $10.50
~ Non-Resident 3 day All Fish ~ $20.50
~ Non-Resident 10 day Fishing (no trout) ~ $15.50
~ Non-Resident 10 day All Fish ~ $30.50
~ Non-Resident Annual All Fish ~ $51.00

CREEL LIMITS:
~ Five rainbow or brown trout, small mouth bass, or a combination of these per day, whether they are in your possession and regardless of how they are stored, fresh or frozen
~ 20 rockbass may be kept in addition to the limit above
~ All brook trout and any fish below the minimum size must be immediately returned to the water
~ Once reaching the daily possession limit, a person must stop fishing

RESPONSIBILITIES:
~ Fish responsibility to protect and conserve the natural resources
~ Utilize the catch and release and selective harvest programs to increase survival rates
~ Respect other boaters, swimmers, landowners and anglers
~ Keep only what you can eat
~ Remove any trash from fellow anglers
~ Protect and preserve the environment

All Smoky Mountain Vacations
214 Sharon Dr.
Seymour, TN 37865

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