Fishing Locations Archive
Steelhead are an anadromous (sea-run) strain of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) native to the Pacific Ocean and the rivers of western North America and Siberia. But they also exist in large numbers in North America’s Great Lakes,
In the middle of the vast metropolis of Tokyo, nestled alongside the Kanda River, sits Ichigaya Fish Center, a place where urban anglers and freshwater fishkeepers alike mingle on a daily basis. Visible from the city’s well-traveled
Not far from the famous Pattaya Beach in Thailand sits a small human-made pond loaded with monster catfish. This pond, open to the public, is known as the Pattaya Fishing Park. At 6400 square meters (around an
Gimpo Fishing Park (or, literally translated, “Gimpo Fishing Place”) is a medium sized fee fishing area west of Seoul in South Korea. The park, situated in a rural area in the general vicinity of Gimpo International Airport,
Iceland is a relatively young country, geologically speaking. Rising out of the ashes it remains a sparsely inhabited island full of natural beauty, even though it is only a short flight from Europe and the eastern United
A recently released biologist report from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission indicates an increase in the number and range of fish present in the Monongahela River.
Letort Spring Run is a limestone stream in Central Pennsylvania famous among fly anglers. The creek, which meanders through South Central Pennsylvania, is renowned as one of the finest trout streams in the United States. Known for
Offering an interesting experience to say the least, a number of indoor fishing facilities exist across South Korea. Recently, I traveled to Gold Indoor Fishing in Seoul to try my hand at angling while confined by four
In search of monster blue catfish in the Ohio River in Kentucky.
Paylake fishing has been around for decades. In different areas it has taken on different characteristics. In Ohio, paylakes are known for their giant catfish. In Southwestern Pennsylvania, paylakes are known for their carp contests.