Some of the best fishing in the United States can be found within the boundaries of our national parks. Stunning beauty, pristine waters and abundant opportunities to catch wild fish in their native habitats.
Whether you are looking to land a chunky brown trout in the back country of Yellowstone, or experience the thrill of catching a massive halibut in Alaska’s Glacier Bay National Park, there is surely something for all anglers.
The United States has 60 national parks and many more national monuments. While not all parks and monuments offer fishing opportunities, start planning your next fishing trip by visiting the National Park Service Fishing page. There you will find excellent resources and regulations for your particular destination.
For a more in-depth look at national park fishing, check out my guide to Fishing the 6 most popular National Parks.