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5 Fly Fishing Destinations in America All Anglers Need to Visit

Posted on October 25 2017

In the vast and expansive land that is the United States, there are almost too many places to go fly fishing. Here are five of the best locales America has to offer.

1) Lamar River

Located in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, this river is a tributary of the mighty Yellowstone and boasts some of the best cutthroat angling in the country.

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2) Chena River

Found in eastern Alaska this river is home to Arctic Grayling, Northern Pike, and King Salmon, flowing over 100 miles it eventually empties into the Yukon River.

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3) Jupiter Inlet

Boasting some of the best saltwater fly fishing in the country, this inlet, located on the east coast of Florida, is populated with hungry snook, tarpon, and bonefish.

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4) Lower Yuba River

This river is found in northern California, featuring many shallow sections and side channels where you can find monster rainbows.

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5) Au Sable River

Michigan's Au Sable River, a tributary of Lake Huron, is one of America's most coveted fisheries offering brown trout, brook trout, and steelhead.

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