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Just Keep Fishing This Autumn and Winter in Tennessee

Posted: December 5th, 2017 by Bill Dance

The fall season can be one of the best times of year to fish Tennessee’s streams. The leaves are turning and the summer crowds have waned. You can often find a stretch of water all to yourself, surrounded by beautiful foliage and peaceful sounds of nature. So, don’t let the summer months make you think you have to put up your fishing pole for the season. Here in Tennessee, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has a few areas stocked with trout where you can enjoy a full day of catch and release. Keep reading for expert fishing tips.

Delayed Harvest Season

One of the programs the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has developed goes great with this time of year. It is called Delayed Harvest Season, a time where a section of a stream is stocked with trout in the fall. Harvest is not allowed until the following spring around the time the spring trout stocking seasons begins. In Tennessee, Delayed Harvest seasons end on the last day of February when the streams become open for harvest.

Trout stocked in Delayed Harvest streams are of quality size and are stocked in sufficient numbers to provide quality catch and release fishing. An additional benefit is the stocked fish will put on some growth over the winter providing for a boost in fishing quality once the spring season begins.

In Tennessee, we currently have Delayed Harvest streams in region 3: the Hiwassee, Tellico and Piney Rivers; and in region 4: Paint Creek in Cocke County.

The 147-mile river is home to large-mouth bass, brown and rainbow trout, yellow perch and catfish. You can flyfish and have some great success, or use other tackle that’s just as effective.

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