Fishing Spots

If you are looking for research on fishing spots across North America, you came to the right place. By searching the lake, river or stream that you are interested in, you will easily be able to find all of our interviews and posts that feature that body of water. On this list, you will find our best of the best fishing spots to get you started.

So whether you are trying a new spot close to home or going on a fishing trip, you should start researching your next fishing spot right here.

Mid-Atlantic Fishing Spots

Blue Marsh Lake Fishing: This South Central Pennsylvania fishery near Reading is notoriously tough on new and experienced anglers alike. The Lake though is large for this area of the State and holds fishable populations of a number of species including muskie, bass, catfish and more.

New River in Virginia and West Virginia: This world famous River is well known for its amazing smallmouth bass fishing. But its muskie fishing is also worth the trip. The river flows over 360 miles through Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina. The fishing isn’t always easy but can be quite rewarding for those who put in their time. Even when the fishing may be a little off, the scenery of this River will never disappoint.

Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania and Maryland: The Susquehanna River is an absolute smallmouth bass factory. The River may be fishing as well today as it has ever been. Throughout Pennsylvania, the smallmouth fishing is #1 but as you get down into Maryland largemouth bass also become featured. The Susquehanna also hosts fishable populations of muskie and walleye in many sections. Finally, the catfish opportunities can be outstanding!