Find a Fishing Spot

Explore the best fishing spots throughout the United States.

AlabamaHome to over 85 waterways and 450 fish species, Alabama provides the most diverse fishing ecosystem in North America.
AlaskaFrom deep sea halibut fishing to inland fly fishing for King Salmon, Alaska offers truly unique fishing experience.
ArizonaArizona offers super trout, walleye, and pike fishing at higher elevations, with panfish and bass fishing at lower elevations.
ArkansasArkansas offers bass, crappie, catfish and trout fishing, along with often-overlooked species such as bowfin, gar and paddlefish.
CaliforniaCalifornia offers a diverse fishing scene. Go after Chinook Salmon in the North or battle giant Tuna in the South.
ColoradoWith 8,000 miles of rivers and over 2,000 lakes Colorado offers anglers some of the best fishing in North America.
ConnecticutConnecticut is home to more than 180 lakes and thousands of miles of rivers filled with an array of gamefish and panfish.
DelawareIn addition to surf fishing on the ocean, Delaware offers a diverse array of inland fishing scenes and opportunities.
FloridaSometimes referred to as the Fishing Capital of the World, Florida offers 1,350 miles of saltwater fishing paradise.
GeorgiaFrom rainbow trout in Georgia’s mountain streams, to giant grouper off the coast of Jekyll Island, you’ll find it in Georgia.
HawaiiHawaii offers world-class big game deep sea fishing for giant Marlin, Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Ono and much more.
IdahoWith 26,000 miles of rivers, 3,000 natural lakes and 42 game fish species, Idaho offers anglers a unique fishing experience.
IllinoisFrom salmon trolling in Lake Michigan to bank fishing along Illinois River, angers will find never ending fishing opportunities.
IndianaIndiana is home to several top fishing spots including Lake Michigan, Kankakee River, Cedar Lake and Little Calumet River.
IowaIowa is an incredible place to fish. Anglers will find everything from largemouth bass to crappie to catfish.
KansasWith 24 reservoirs, 100 community lakes and 40 regularly stocked state fishing lakes, you’re sure to find a catch in Kansas.
KentuckyKentucky offers superb river fishing on the Ohio River, Licking River, Cumberland River, Mississippi River and many more.
LouisianaLouisiana offers superb fresh and saltwater fishing for tunas, swordfish, billfish, groupers, bass, drum and more.
MaineMaines offers surf fishing for grouper, tuna, marline or shard, and inland fly fishing for bass trout and landlocked salmon.
MarylandFind inland fishing spots including lakes, reservoirs and rivers teeming with catfish, bass, shad, panfish, perch and more.
MassachusettsMassachusetts offers fishing for a variety salt- and fresh-water gamefish including bass, tuna, bonito and code.
MichiganMichigan offers anglers some of the best fresh water fishing opportunities for trout, walleye, salmon, bass and perch.
MinnesotaMinnesota offers legendary walleye fishing, but the state is just as incredible for fishing bass, pike, muskies and more.
MississippiHome to the great Mississippi river and 44 miles of Gulf coastline, anglers will find diverse fishing opportunities.
MissouriMissouri’s many lakes and rivers teem with largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, crappie, catfish, and much more.
MontanaMontana has countless lakes, rivers and waterways that provide some of the best trout fishing opportunities in North America.
NebraskaNebraska is dotted with lakes, rivers and streams, providing fishing opportunities both novice and seasoned anglers.
NevadaNevada’s fish species vary as widely. Species include mountain whitefish, redband trout, bull trout and many more.
New HampshireFrom the shore of the Atlantic ocean to the cold water of the White Mountains, New Hampshire offers diverse fishing opportunities.
New JerseyNew Jersey offers anglers some of the best saltwater and freshwater fishing of any state in New England.
New MexicoAnglers will find a variety of warm-water game fish including bass, walleye, catfish, bluegill, perch and pike.
New YorkNew York State offers fishing for a variety of cold water and warm water fish species from pacific salmon to brook trout.
North CarolinaNorth Carolina has it all—saltwater and freshwater fishing, rivers, streams, estuaries, lakes and the ocean.
North DakotaCatch world class walleye, northern pike, bass, perch, and even catfish in North Dakota’s world class lakes and rivers.
OhioOhio stocks 30 million fish–including walleye, saugeye, catfish, bass, muskie, and trout–to its 7,000 miles of waterways.
OklahomaWith over 200 lakes and nearly a million acres of water, every day in Oklahoma offers anglers a unique fishing adventure.
OregonOregon offers year-round fishing from its eastern deserts to the ocean in west–with lots of warm water fishing in between.
PennsylvaniaPennsylvania offers various fishing hotspots where anglers can catch trophy largemouth bass, muskellunge, and walleye.
Rhode IslandRhode Island waters offer some of the best sport fishing experiences in the Northeast. Catch bass, bluefish and more.
South CarolinaFrom the freshwater rivers of the Upstate to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, South Carolina offers anglers superb fishing.
South DakotaSouth Dakota is best known for its walleye fishing, but anglers will also find trout, pike, bass, sunfish, salmon and catfish.
TennesseeTennessee offers a variety of fishing hotspots including Kentucky Lake, J Percy Reservoir, Pickwick Lake and Hiwassee River.
TexasWith over 7,000 lakes and 360 miles of coastline, there’s never a shortage of new sport fishing adventures in Texas.
UtahUtah is home to hundreds of cool streams and shimmering lakes that brimming with trout, bass, pike, catfish, perch and more.
VermontVermont offer anglers inland fishing, lake fishing from boats and surf fishing from the shore of the Atlantic Ocean.
VirginiaWith over 176,000 public lakes and 27,300 miles of fishable streams, Virginia offers diverse angling opportunities.
WashingtonFrom fly fishing for trout to trolling for salmon, Washington state offers some of the best fishing opportunities.
West VirginiaWest Virginia lakes, streams and reservoirs are regularly stocked with trout, bass, bluegill and other popular sport fish.
WisconsinUnique waterways, easy fishing access, and monster fish make Wisconsin one of the top fishing destination in the nation.
WyomingWith 4,200 lakes, 27,000 miles of fishable rivers and streams, and 14 reservoirs, Wyoming is truly and angler’s paradise.