In upstate New York (way upstate) on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario in the St. Lawrence River, you'll find more than 1,800 small islands.
A favorite spot in Northern California and Nevada for skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer.
Though this 1,450-mile-long river spans much further than Colorado, winding through Utah, Arizona, Nevada, California and Mexico.
While there are several lakes in Texas where you might be able to reel in a 20-lb trophy largemouth bass.
For fly fishing enthusiasts, this large river is considered a must-visit. While access to the river is limited.
Off the southern coast of the Sunshine State is a fisherman’s paradise.
The Pacific Northwest's largest river is also home to some of the region's largest smallmouth bass, salmon, sturgeon and steelheads.
The salt water of the Chesapeake Bay is not only the ideal habitat for those world-famous Maryland crabs.
Boasting warm weather year-round, Northern California’s climate is ideal to catch fish whenever the mood strikes.