Fishing Hot Spots Near You
Fish smarter with fishing maps that work offline and navigation tools to help you find spots to wet a line in solitude or show a new angler how it’s done.
With stream gages, river charts, access points, and satellite imagery, let Gaia GPS help you find new secret spots. Plan your trip on your home computer, download charts onto your phone or tablet and leave cell service behind.
Adjust your plans on the fly as river conditions change with USGS stream gages, available nationwide. View updates every 6 hours (when online) to streamflow, gage height, status, and water temperature. Pull up satellite imagery to scout out rapids and prime spawning habitat.
Load up the drift boat or canoe and float down river with river charts and private/public land overlays. Find access points and major landmarks to get you on and off river. In conjunction with the US State & County Boundaries overlay, know exactly where location-specific fishing regulations will be enforced.
Get the Gaia Fishing map, the ultimate fishing map for Montana and Oklahoma with the information you need to find access points, license vendors, and species by water body.
Fishing in Colorado? Use NatGeo’s Fishing and River Map to easily find rapids, river miles, access points, private/public land boundaries, gaging stations, recreation sites, and more.
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