American Top Ten Trout Fishing Streams

I seriously go to jail after appointing the top ten trout rivers in the country. Without a doubt, I will omit some of the rivers that are worth mentioning. But when it comes to a list like this, you must eventually select streams, and I'll apologize in advance if you do not put your favorite river. I'm sure that these are not actually the top ten electric currents in the area – there are dozens of backcountry streams of Alaska and private water trouts that are probably better than any of these. But these are all rivers that are easily accessible and provide excellent trout fishing. They are all well-known currents, and occasionally there will be crowds. Nevertheless, they are all long rivers and there are places for expansion. It's no coincidence that Montana is well represented on the list, she is full of long, lovely trout.

1. Gallatin River (Yellowstone and Montana National Park) t

This will be a little surprise that I have marked this as # 1. It is one of those flows that everyone loves but usually plays another violin with other famous rivers in the Yellowstone area. Most people spend most of their trip on really "gifted" brooks of trout, such as Madison, Yellowstone, Firehole, or streams in the valley of the Paradise Valley. Gallatin is exactly this friendly little river that passes through the beautiful mountainous terrain and produces a small trout. The beautiful mountain water in Yellowstone National Park, a few miles beneath it, holds several hundred small tropics and thunderstorms in its abundant rifles. You will not find thousands of trouts per mile that you will find in Madison, or 20 "brown, but do not get anything better and the fish are usually not restless. The approach is light and downstream, gets power and thunder through the canyon of white water is no longer a light flow of meadow, but the number of trout, and the size of the fish, are getting better. The valley inhabited by elk and elk. Especially beneath the estuary of eastern Galatians, large brown colors begin to appear in good numbers under underburden shores, which is a good floating fishing water, although boots can work well The way to three jaws, where it helps form a powerful Missouri, and Missouri itself is a terrible crest of trout, and this is the next stream on our list.

2. Missouri River (Montana) t

River River Missouri begins as a highland plain in Three Forks, Montana. From the river flows downstream to the Holter dam, the river flows slowly, and as a river flowing freely and as reservoirs. This part of the river has excellent trout fishing during spring and autumn. Here the fish are almost all brown in color, although some of the lakes are rising from the lakes on the river. During the summer, white fish make up the majority of the action. Brown can still be caught, but they generally become sluggish, or even move into the deep waters of the lake.

Below Holter Bay, Missouri becomes a creek stream. This is where most people fly to Missouri. Cold outflow from the Holter Barrier creates a habitat where trout can survive throughout the year. The rain is much more frequent than the upstream, but the brown ones are also present. Fishing remains excellent downstream to Cascade, fish decent all the way to Great Falls.

3. Madison River (Yellowstone and Montana National Park) t

Madison River begins as a strange spring in Yellowstone National Park. The reason why it's so weird is that it feeds both cold and warm springs that enter into two pushing streams, Firehole and Gibbon. Best fished in the upper part at the end of the spring, early summer and autumn. During the summer, the water often grows too warmly to keep trout, because of hot sources. Rainbows and browns in the range of 10-14 "are the primary residents, but in the spring, the long rain moves from the Hebgen lakes. In autumn, large browns, also from Heben, do the same. Colors prefer patchy ribbons and wet fishes that are deeply caught.

Below the Hebgen dam, there are several miles before Madison slows back to Lake Quake. In this section, there is a trout population that has been increased by spraying from Lake Quake during spring and autumn. Summer fishing is slightly better than the river above the Hebden, but the spring long and long run of the browns are still the main event. Below Lake Quake, Madison becomes a beautiful river freestone trout. A ride to Lake Ennis, known as the 100-mile rifle, begins. It's all fast water, but serious rapids are rare. Long and brown colors are held in slow water along the coast, as well as behind many middle-walled rocks. The landscape takes its breath away, with the lush Madison valley in the foreground, and the high mountains of Yellowstone in the background. This is the 100 most wanted water trout in the country, and perhaps in the world. It can float or trample.

Below Lake Ennis, the river falls into the Beartrap canyon. The canyon is full of large long and brown colors, but it is a long trip to the river. However, it is likely to be worth it because this relatively unused water provides almost as good fishing as the water above Ennis. Below the canyon, the river descends into a dried valley, where it flows from one submerged bank to another. This is great water from the trout trout, but in the summer it gets too hot. Spring and autumn are good times for targeting a good number of browns here.

4. Yellowstone River (Yellowstone and Montana National Park)

Yes, this is the fourth stream of Montana on the list. Yellowstone simply can not be left out of any water trout list because it provides 250 miles of some of the most beautiful and most demanding trout fishing in the world. Fishing starts deep in Wyoming. There's no easy way to get to this water. It takes a long walk and spend a week to catch this fish as it should be hunted. This is stupid water, with resident fish and a migratory trout from Lake Yellowstone. This is so deep in the wild as you can get in the bottom 48, and you must be sure that you can be completely self-sufficient. In the event of an accident, you will be alone. Also, Grizzlies, black bear, bad and other dangerous creatures are common. It can be terrifying or appealing. You decide for yourself.

Rijeka is much more civilized under Lake Yellowstone. Although it flows through the land that has been left in its natural state by the Yellowstone National Park, it is far from wild. Water in the park is hard-hit, especially in the popular area of ​​Buffalo Ford. Hunting trout is not so magnificent as it used to be, but it's still pretty good. The river descends into the Grand Canyon of Jelouston and then into the Black Canyon. These stocks are essentially unacceptable. When he enters Montana, he again becomes a large trout stream. It is a very readable mountain stream just below the park, with many swimming pools and guns that hold both long and dumbbell. Below, another canyon enters, this one called Yankee Jim. It's hard to get into the canyon, but the pocket water has some rain, and they are not hunted often.

Below the Yankee Jim Canyon, Yellowstone is housed in a character that will hold hundreds of miles. It runs through the beautiful valley (although you can see the beautiful mountains of Absarok most of the time), and the river has a stable but not fast current. It is the water of the rainbow and the brown trout in the main, although the cribs are quite common. The water around Livingstone is best known, but fishing is very good for many miles upstream and downstream of the popular Western trout. Fishing in trout is kept up to Billings in eastern Montana. Below is a massive Prairie house for pike, little grunge and soma, but a little trout.

5. Green River (Wyoming and Utah) t

The Green River is a stream with many faces. In its upper zones in Wyoming, it is a high river that dominates a large trout trout. This is the country of the western Ranchland, and in the summer trout embraced the undermined banks in search of the lions. You should throw it there, with Letort Hopper and perhaps Hare's dropper for good measure. Access is not good here, but there are places where visitors can freely come to productive water.

The Upper Green finally enters the flame tank. The reservoir is a home of great rain, brown and lake trout, but deep water is difficult to handle conventional equipment, especially if you prefer to fish. However, this water (which is actually in Utah) has some of the best trout populations on Earth. Some estimates show that in the first 7 miles below the dam almost 20,000 trout per mile. This water is best known for its fur, but also good fish for long and brown. This river flows through the beautiful desert canyon. The water is translucent, and fishing on the site is very popular. Next, there are fewer trout, but brown and long can grow much larger. If you do not have a boat, we recommend hiking in some of the lesser known areas. You will find the wilderness on one of the most productive streams in the country. Local flying and shipping stores will be able to guide you in the right direction. Just watch Rattlesnakes! There are also formal approaches where you can fish, including one under the dam. You can fish in these areas, but the experience of the wilderness is largely lost. Most people who are new to Green float on a floating boat with a guide. The guide will surely bring you through the white water and put you over the fish. Just do not expect it to be cheap.

6. White River-Bull Shoals Tailwater (Arkansas) t

The White River Arkansas is the only southern river on our list, and it is the only one that is mostly placed and taken. This water flows from the Bull Shoals Dam high in the Ozark hills. Cold torrents from the bottom of the Bull Shoals Lake, combined with the cold currents of the North Fork River, allow trouts to survive almost 100 miles below the dam. It is water with sudden fluctuating currents and can be dangerous. It is possible to trample at low flows, but fishing and fishing are the only options when dam damages a lot of water. When you first float, the guide will help you.

There are about 5,000 trouts per mile on the river, and most of them are long. Rainbows are supplied to millions from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. The rainfalls are born almost in all parts of the river, and it seems that it is never difficult to catch them. These trouts are about 13 inches, so they are fun to capture. Still, brown is what attracts many fishermen in Bijela. Brown colors are mostly wild, although their number is supplemented with socks. The new 24-inch minimum ensures larger browns, and on the river there are several areas for hunting and dropping. The white brown river is not considered big until it hits five pounds, it is not a trophy until it hits 10. To give you the Reference frame, on our last trip to Bela, the owner of a men's shop showed us a picture of a sincere, measured and measured brown, which was just caught a weighing 29 kilograms.

7. Manistee River (Michigan) t

Michigan River Manistee is one of the best in the world. It starts deep in the lower peninsula of Michigan as a small stream of streamwater flowing water. This is not the place to come trophy trout, but the streams are beautiful and like jewels, always ready to provide a wonderful experience. Several brown colors penetrate into this section and they can become surprisingly large. While most people fly fishing, spin fishing is both lawful and productive.

From the M-72 bridge downstream to the HGK bridge, the river is just fishing. There are good numbers here, brown and broccoli, and trophies are much more frequent than further upstream. This is a famous trout of water, and openings, like fish, are abundant. Limiting regulations provide top-notch fishing. Fishing remains a few kilometers downstream from a special part of the regulation (mainly for brown) before the river is shaped by Tippy Pond.

Below Tippy, the river is a mixed fishing. While the small grge and pike are the main species during the summer, migratory trout, salmon and steel head make up a cold fishing area. King Losos and brown trout are present in good numbers during autumn. In fact, the trout trout caught in the lower Maniste last autumn is the current world record. Steelhead is located in the middle of autumn – mid-spring, and is quite rich.

8. Connecticut River, (New Hampshire and Vermont)

The Upper River of Connecticut is an eastern stream with a western feeling. Passing through the beautiful Appalachian country of Northern New England, the landscape will not be defeated. The leading part of the river flows through 3rd lake Connecticut, 2nd lake Connecticut, 1st lake Connecticut and Lake Franjo. This part of the river is full of impatient river trout, and in spring and autumn, Atlantic salmon flows upstream from all these lakes and provides excellent sport in the river. There is water that is legal for fishing with a stick, but mostly it's just fly-fishing.

Below Lake Francis, the river generally becomes open to fishermen, although fly fishing is still the most popular. Connecticut provides excellent fishing for rain and trout trout down the mile downstream. You can tread, ride out of the bank or float with this water. This area gives you the best opportunity to catch a big trout. Fishing is good along the New Hampshire / Vermont border to Hannover, home to Dartmouth College. It should be noted that there are several slow, crushed parts of the stream in this part of the river that are hot water fishing, but where there is a good current, you will find trout.

9. Niagara River

Did you know that under the Niagara Falls, this mighty river is a great river trout and salmon? It is a completely migratory fishing with a good number of steel heads, brown trout and various types of salmon. As you may have guessed, it is not an easy river for fishing. There are probably some areas that can be pulled out of the bank, but it could certainly be said that this is not the case. In this area there are many guides to help you in this beautiful, dangerous word and we recommend their services to ensure a safe trip. Mostly it's not summer fishing. At any time during the spring and autumn, you will find some type of salmonida that runs along the river. Fly, pay attention to small mouths, which are abundant and large.

10. Beaverkill River

Is this one of the 10 best river streams in the country? However, it is probably not. Only the tradition of this stream is so rich that it would be a sin to leave. This famous Catskill River begins as a flow of beaver high in the mountains. There are a lot of impatient brown trout, and few people are pancakes. This water is on public land, so if you want to hike, you may be pleasantly surprised. The first place where most people start fishing is Camp Beaverkill. Browns and brookies both live in beautiful fast waters here, and it's always a nice place to fish. Likewise, there is no warming up in the summer, so you can expect to catch a couple if you need to arrive in July or August.

The river is mostly private, and is therefore far from our radar screen all the way to Roscoe, New York (also known as Trout Town USA). At this point, Willowomec (also a beautiful stream of streams) runs into the formation of a pool for joining. Many people come here only to catch that pool, it's a synonym for US dry fishing. After this pool, the river remains largely accessible and has many other areas, such as Cairn's Pool, Horse Creek, Cook's Falls Pool, Horton Pool and Acid Factory that are legendary in the minds of fishermen. This is all known trout water, and good fish whenever the water temperature is below 70 degrees. Sometimes it will be in good, fishy form, all summer, and sometimes the water is so warm that it is irresponsible and unproductive for fishing.

Beaverkill has only about 300 trouts per mile, and since it's pretty big, it's not a terrible number. Nor is it a part of the trophy stream, although, of course, several fine brown colors have been caught from time to time. And in this lies the mystery of her glory. His true value lies in the fact that it was one of the streams that pioneered American fishing on dry fly. The trip is a series of lessons in the history of excursions to the world class.

These are just ten threads that for one reason or another we think are valuable. As we have said before, it is very controversial whether they are really the top ten. But the truth is that these are ten fine streams, and they all have some aspects for those who are beautiful.

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