Explore the best fishing spots throughout the United States.
|Home to over 85 waterways and 450 fish species, Alabama provides the most diverse fishing ecosystem in North America.
|From deep sea halibut fishing to inland fly fishing for King Salmon, Alaska offers truly unique fishing experience.
|Arizona offers super trout, walleye, and pike fishing at higher elevations, with panfish and bass fishing at lower elevations.
|Arkansas offers bass, crappie, catfish and trout fishing, along with often-overlooked species such as bowfin, gar and paddlefish.
|California offers a diverse fishing scene. Go after Chinook Salmon in the North or battle giant Tuna in the South.
|With 8,000 miles of rivers and over 2,000 lakes Colorado offers anglers some of the best fishing in North America.
|Connecticut is home to more than 180 lakes and thousands of miles of rivers filled with an array of gamefish and panfish.
|In addition to surf fishing on the ocean, Delaware offers a diverse array of inland fishing scenes and opportunities.
|Sometimes referred to as the Fishing Capital of the World, Florida offers 1,350 miles of saltwater fishing paradise.
|From rainbow trout in Georgia’s mountain streams, to giant grouper off the coast of Jekyll Island, you’ll find it in Georgia.
|Hawaii offers world-class big game deep sea fishing for giant Marlin, Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Ono and much more.
|With 26,000 miles of rivers, 3,000 natural lakes and 42 game fish species, Idaho offers anglers a unique fishing experience.
|From salmon trolling in Lake Michigan to bank fishing along Illinois River, angers will find never ending fishing opportunities.
|Indiana is home to several top fishing spots including Lake Michigan, Kankakee River, Cedar Lake and Little Calumet River.
|Iowa is an incredible place to fish. Anglers will find everything from largemouth bass to crappie to catfish.
|With 24 reservoirs, 100 community lakes and 40 regularly stocked state fishing lakes, you’re sure to find a catch in Kansas.
|Kentucky offers superb river fishing on the Ohio River, Licking River, Cumberland River, Mississippi River and many more.
|Louisiana offers superb fresh and saltwater fishing for tunas, swordfish, billfish, groupers, bass, drum and more.
|Maines offers surf fishing for grouper, tuna, marline or shard, and inland fly fishing for bass trout and landlocked salmon.
|Find inland fishing spots including lakes, reservoirs and rivers teeming with catfish, bass, shad, panfish, perch and more.
|Massachusetts offers fishing for a variety salt- and fresh-water gamefish including bass, tuna, bonito and code.
|Michigan offers anglers some of the best fresh water fishing opportunities for trout, walleye, salmon, bass and perch.
|Minnesota offers legendary walleye fishing, but the state is just as incredible for fishing bass, pike, muskies and more.
|Home to the great Mississippi river and 44 miles of Gulf coastline, anglers will find diverse fishing opportunities.
|Missouri’s many lakes and rivers teem with largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, crappie, catfish, and much more.
|Montana has countless lakes, rivers and waterways that provide some of the best trout fishing opportunities in North America.
|Nebraska is dotted with lakes, rivers and streams, providing fishing opportunities both novice and seasoned anglers.
|Nevada’s fish species vary as widely. Species include mountain whitefish, redband trout, bull trout and many more.
|From the shore of the Atlantic ocean to the cold water of the White Mountains, New Hampshire offers diverse fishing opportunities.
|New Jersey offers anglers some of the best saltwater and freshwater fishing of any state in New England.
|Anglers will find a variety of warm-water game fish including bass, walleye, catfish, bluegill, perch and pike.
|New York State offers fishing for a variety of cold water and warm water fish species from pacific salmon to brook trout.
|North Carolina has it all—saltwater and freshwater fishing, rivers, streams, estuaries, lakes and the ocean.
|Catch world class walleye, northern pike, bass, perch, and even catfish in North Dakota’s world class lakes and rivers.
|Ohio stocks 30 million fish–including walleye, saugeye, catfish, bass, muskie, and trout–to its 7,000 miles of waterways.
|With over 200 lakes and nearly a million acres of water, every day in Oklahoma offers anglers a unique fishing adventure.
|Oregon offers year-round fishing from its eastern deserts to the ocean in west–with lots of warm water fishing in between.
|Pennsylvania offers various fishing hotspots where anglers can catch trophy largemouth bass, muskellunge, and walleye.
|Rhode Island waters offer some of the best sport fishing experiences in the Northeast. Catch bass, bluefish and more.
|From the freshwater rivers of the Upstate to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, South Carolina offers anglers superb fishing.
|South Dakota is best known for its walleye fishing, but anglers will also find trout, pike, bass, sunfish, salmon and catfish.
|Tennessee offers a variety of fishing hotspots including Kentucky Lake, J Percy Reservoir, Pickwick Lake and Hiwassee River.
|With over 7,000 lakes and 360 miles of coastline, there’s never a shortage of new sport fishing adventures in Texas.
|Utah is home to hundreds of cool streams and shimmering lakes that brimming with trout, bass, pike, catfish, perch and more.
|Vermont offer anglers inland fishing, lake fishing from boats and surf fishing from the shore of the Atlantic Ocean.
|With over 176,000 public lakes and 27,300 miles of fishable streams, Virginia offers diverse angling opportunities.
|From fly fishing for trout to trolling for salmon, Washington state offers some of the best fishing opportunities.
|West Virginia lakes, streams and reservoirs are regularly stocked with trout, bass, bluegill and other popular sport fish.
|Unique waterways, easy fishing access, and monster fish make Wisconsin one of the top fishing destination in the nation.
|With 4,200 lakes, 27,000 miles of fishable rivers and streams, and 14 reservoirs, Wyoming is truly and angler’s paradise.