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The Best Places to Fish in America

Our friends at Trout Unlimited offer up some insight on The Best Trout Fishing Places in America. SPOILER ALERT: The best places to fish are actually the places that you enjoy the most. And the reasons they are the best places to fish are yours and yours only. From the article in Trout Magazine by [...]

East Coast Fishing Options and Striped Bass Management

Striped bass provide a wide array of angling options for fishing from South Carolina to Maine. For places to fish for striped bass, anglers can search inland rivers and lakes or coastal and shoreline waters. With emergency regulations put into place recently, the goal of increasing populations for striped bass in the eastern United States [...]

Devil’s River Tales: Alyssa Adcock’s Texas Fishing Journal

A Drift Boat Guide Goes Canoe Fishing in West Texas Waters onWater Ambassador Alyssa Adcock spent five days on a canoe and fishing trip in the wilds of west Texas. From fishing remote waters to learning whitewater canoe skills to cocktails under the stars, Alyssa created memories of fishing and canoeing to last a lifetime. [...]

Trout Unlimited Launches Priority Waters Initiative to Protect and Enhance Habitat and Fisheries

Trout Unlimited launches Priority Waters initiative to restore and reconnect trout and salmon watersheds. As staunch advocates for preserving and enhancing fishing for trout in local rivers, streams, and far-off waters, Trout Unlimited's Priority Waters is rooted in science and collaboration with a vast network of volunteers and trusted partners. From Trout Unlimited's Priority Waters [...]

Yellowstone’s Volunteer Fishing Program Helps Native Cutthroat

Native cutthroat trout are as iconic to Western trout streams as rocky streambeds. Yellowstone cutthroat trout may be the headliner for all native trout in the West. Thanks to some great work by volunteers and anglers alike, native Yellowstone cutthroat in Yellowstone National Park have seen a resurgence. Especially in the headwaters of the Yellowstone [...]

Brook Trout in the East: The Maine Attraction

Yellowstone National Park is known for cutthroat trout. The Midwest is known for smallmouth bass fishing and the Southeast is known for largemouth bass fishing. The East lays claim to high quality fishing for brook trout. Several states boast numerous opportunities for brook trout fishing, but Maine is arguably the East's premier destination for fishing [...]

Montana’s Smith River Sees Changes to Permits and River Rules: What You Need to Know Now.

Montana's Smith River is a remote 59-mile wilderness-like floating and camping trip. Anglers, paddlers, and nature enthusiasts have enjoyed the river and its surroundings for generations. Managed as a state park by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks the Smith River has special rules for floating or fishing on the Smith River. And, these rules just [...]

MAPWaters Act to Improve Public Access for Anglers and Recreationists

WASHINGTON, D.C. — From the Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources: U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), ranking member of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, and U.S. Senator Angus King (I-ME), a member of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, introduced the MAPWaters Act. This legislation will standardize, consolidate, and [...]

The Best Fishing Resolutions for 2024

2023 is in the books. Make your 2024 a personal best for getting more out of your fishing with these fly fishing resolutions. At onWater our entire team is here to help you get more out of your fishing. To start 2024 off right with the best fishing near you, here is the onWater Fishing [...]

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