Hardin County Fishing Guide
Savannah is more than just the seat of Hardin County, it’s also the Catfish Capital of the World! Famous for its incredible fishing opportunities, the local waters of the Tennessee River offer plenty of large catfish as well as bass and a number of other popular species of fish. While fishing is excellent year-round, the best fishing can be had in the spring and fall each year. Visit the TWRA online for detailed information about local fishing and TN State Parks for info on fishing in Pickwick. Savannah and the surrounding area is also home to several fishing competitions and events throughout the year. For more information on upcoming tournaments and contests, contact the Hardin County CVB.
Fishing licenses go on sale February 18 and remain valid until the end of February the following year. For information on fishing licenses, including requirements, fees, and regulations, visit the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency online.
How to Purchase:
Mail: Send all required information and fees to the following address: TWRA Sales Office, P.O. Box 41729, Nashville, TN 37204-1729
Pickwick Lake Fishing Guides
Phil King’s Catfishing Guide Service
34 CR 109, Corinth, MS 38834. Catfish guide service that even includes fish cleaning and a photo of your catch. 37 years of fishing; four-time winner of the National Catfish Derby; winner of the 2007, 2009, & 2011 Bass Pro Shop Big Cat Quest; and the 2003 Cabella’s Classic Champion. www.h2ow.com/catfish. email@example.com line
Rick Matlock’s Guide Service
395 Preacher Drive, Counce, TN 38326. Full day or half day trips. Catfish, smallmouth, crappie, and stripers. 2012 National Catfish Derby World Champion.
Super Pro Guide Service
Roger Gant 662-665-5160
17 CR 505, Corinth, MS 38834. Year-round crappie fishing.
Pickwick Lake Creel & Size Limits
|Species||Creel Limit||Min. Length|
|Largemouth / Smallmouth
(No more than 5 black bass per day in any combination may be taken)
|Crappie (all species)||30||9″|
|Catfish (all species)
No harvest limit for under 34″. 1 Fish per day over 34″
|Stripped Bass or Hybrid Stripper Bass||2 in any combination||15″|
|Yellow Bass||No Limit||None|
|Paddlefish (season: April 24 – May 31)||2||Culling Prohibited|
|Bluegill / Warmouth & Other Sunfishes||No Limit||None|