Fishing Types | Freshwater Fishing
 

Freshwater Fishing

Freshwater fishing is another popular recreational sport that is available throughout the US. Freshwater is found everywhere including streams, rivers, ponds, and lakes in every state. This allows an angler who may otherwise be landlocked, catch some great species of fish using a variety of techniques.

Types of Freshwater Fish

There are many types of fish to be caught in freshwater locations. Some of the most popular to cath are bass, salmon, trout, carp, and grayling to name just a few.

Depending on where you fish can determine the type of fishing lure and technique you use in freshwater fishing. Fly fishing is a very popular method of freshwater fishing and is used to catch trophy bass, smallmouth bass and salmon.Trolling and flats fishing are other techniques used in freshwater fishing.

So where are the top freshwater fishing spots in the US? A few of the more popular fishing areas include Central Florida's freshwater lakes (Largemouth and Trophy Bass are caught in abundance in Lake Toho and Kissimmee Chain of Lakes), Salmon and Lake Trout are big in the Great Lakes that surround Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania. There is the ever-popular salmon fishing trips on the Kenai River of South Central Alaska.

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