As the weather is getting warmer just like everyone else, anglers are excited too. It is amazing to fish in the ice but after a while you really get fed up of the freezing cold.
Today I’m here to show you some of the best spots for fishing in the United States. It gets boring to cast your line into the same bodies of water over and over and get similar results almost every time.
Below is a list that will grab your attention so just pick up some bait, your tackle box and get ready for your next incredible fishing destination.
This list is for any type of angler. No matter if you’re looking to catch some awesome salmon, piranha or trout. Also you can choose to go for deep-sea fishing or fly-fishing.
After you are done browsing the info below, I would like to know which destination you chose for your next fishing adventure.
Halls Creek, Wisconsin
If you are a fly-fishing angler and looking for some great brook and brown trout, you’ll love this place located in Jackson County.
Fontenelle Creek, Wyoming
This hidden gem of a fishing spot is an amazing medium sized freestone stream that offers wonderful dry fly and nymph fishing for wild rainbows and browns, brooks and cutthroat trout.
Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge, Kansas
Enjoy year round fishing at Kirwin that is popularly known for species like crappie, catfish, white bass and wiper. Just The limit to catch fish is 50 per day!
Betty Lake, Colorado
This is an excellent high mountain lake. It’s more than a bit of a walk to get to the lake, but once you are there, you’ll get plenty of opportunities to catch some cutthroat trout.
Dockweiler State Beach, California
Here is another amazing destination situated near the Los Angeles International Airport. The beach is full of corbina, halibut, croakers and perch. You might consider taking a part in the next fishing tournament that is held on the Dockweiler State Beach annually.
Boulder Creek, Colorado
Boulder Creek is a place for some great fishery adventures. It is a fine trout fishery full of rainbows, wild browns, and even some colorful brookies. If you are lucky enough you’ll find some cutthroats as well.
Lake Alan Henry, Texas
This wonderful place is a home to largemouth bass, catfish, crappie and sunfish. The best time to catch some amazing largemouth fish is in spring when the water temperature is around 60 degrees.