The Platte River horizontally bisects the entire state before joining up with the Missouri River.
Lake McConaughy represents the largest reservoir in the entire state of Nebraska.
Despite its name, the Dismal River offers a lot of excitement. It runs a total length of 80 miles.
This small reservoir in southeastern Nebraska sits outside the town of Kramer.
The Missouri River, also known as ‘The Mighty Mo,’ represents a poor choice for beginners and many intermediate kayakers.
Carter Lake Reservoir in the City of Omaha once served as one of many channels connected to the Missouri River.
In northern Nebraska, the Niobrara National Scenic River remains a hotspot for kayaking.
Built nearly three decades ago to control nearby flooding, Lake Wanahoo in Sanders County.
Merritt Reservoir, a deep lake with a constant inflow of water from Snake River and Boardman Creek, represents a dream location for kayak fishing.