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Fishing in the United States

Fishing is one of those activities that give you a chance to relax, see some beautiful scenery, and spend some time either alone or with loved ones in the outdoors. The United States has some of the best fishing that can be found in the entire world, with plenty of great locations that you can visit and fishing cabins to book. Let’s take a look at some of the top places that you can visit and the species of fish that you can expect to encounter! 

 

Florida Keys, Florida

The Florida Keys is a popular fishing destination because it allows anglers to fish all year long. You can either fish for yourself or hire a guide and a boat to get out to deeper waters for even more species. There are over 125 miles of islands that will give you plenty of different areas to explore and scenery to enjoy. A trip to the Florida Keys will allow you to chase after fish such as:

  • Redfish
  • Tarpon
  • Bonefish
  • Permit
  • Sailfish
  • Marlin
  • Swordfish

 

Alaska Bay, Alaska

Alaska may be a little farther to travel to than any of the other 49 states, but the reward is some of the best fishing you will ever find. Because of Alaska’s colder climate, there is little to no farming that takes place here so the fishing industry is very prominent. You can find both freshwater and saltwater species to catch, with the most popular fish being:

  • Chinook Salmon
  • Steelhead
  • King Salmon
  • Arctic Grayling
  • Pacific Halibut
  • Arctic Char

 

Lake St. Clair, Michigan

The state of Michigan is home to plenty of great freshwater lakes, rivers, and streams that are teeming with fish. Of these, Lake St. Clair always seems to shine above the rest. This lake is over 430 square miles in size and accounts for nearly half of all sport fishing in the state. You can either fish from shore or charter a boat to take out during the warmer months and search for different species of fish. These species include freshwater sports fish such as:

  • Crappie
  • Walleye
  • Perch
  • Northern Pike
  • Trout
  • Smallmouth Bass

 

Chesapeake Bay, Maryland

The Chesapeake Bay is full of brackish water that creates an excellent environment for the world-famous crabs that Maryland is best known for. But this also makes for great habitat for fish as well! In fact, over 70% of all the striped bass that live along the Atlantic Coast are born in this bay. With over 150 different tributary rivers that feed into it, there is no end to the amount of fishing area to explore. Here you can chase fish species such as:

  • Striped bass
  • Bluefish
  • Drum
  • Speckled Trout
  • Flounder
  • Croaker

 

Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada

While Lake Tahoe is a popular vacation destination, there is also some great fishing to be had. Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake on the North American continent and the second deepest. Its crystal clear waters are home to plenty of fish that can be targeted during the warmer summer months or during the colder months if you are brave enough. These fish include species like:

  • Kokanee salmon
  • Rainbow trout
  • Brown trout
  • Mackinaw

 

Necessary Gear and Bait

Once you decide on a location to book a fishing cabin and the type of fish species to target, you need to ensure that you bring along the proper gear and bait! For example, there are a lot of differences between freshwater and saltwater fishing gear. Different species also require different tackle as well as bait in order to be successful.

 

No matter where you end up traveling, it is always smart to bring along a fishing rod and reel. A simple spincast fishing wheel can cover most bases no matter where you travel and can be used successfully in either freshwater or saltwater. An assortment of hooks, different sizes of fishing line, and some weights and bobbers will also be versatile to help catch fish as well. Bait can generally be acquired no matter where you find yourself, whether you catch it yourself or buy it from a local bait shop! 

Final Thoughts

As you can see, the United States has plenty to offer to the avid fisherman. From the tropical state of Florida to the Arctic waters of Alaska, there are plenty of places to explore and enjoy as you catch different species of fish. So what are you waiting for? Book a comfortable fishing cabin to stay in at your destination of choice, and enjoy a great fishing adventure at one of these amazing locations here in the United States! 

 

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