BoatUS ANGLER and Trailering Magazine bring you some of the world's best fishing destinations, from the Amazon to the US.

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Riverboat Ride Into Amazon Abundance

Because the Amazon's prime fishing grounds stretch many miles from the river proper, and because reaching any launching point is an adventure in itself, and because the sheer vastness makes time a precious resource, you'll want to give yourself at least a handful of dedicated angling days.

Thumbnail photo of Father Walleye Mariusz Zajac and his father, Richard, on Tobin Lake.

God Bless the Walleye

People get excited talking about walleye, but is there a greater spiritual and political connection to this seemingly ordinary, silvery-brown fish than you might first have thought?

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Destination Destin: Florida's "Fishapalooza"

It might be hard to find a better fishing location than Destin, and getting there is pretty easy. You won't need a GPS, or an iPhone app, or a map because there's usually a caravan of cars, trucks, and trailers to follow on I-10 headed toward Florida's Emerald Coast.

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"Gone Fishing"

More than 80 million Americans have used those two words this year. Meet some BoatUS Member and learn where they go and why. And you'll meet some professionals who are willing to divulge a few secrets about how they make a living doing what many only dream of doing.

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The Waters Of Watts Bar Lake, Tennessee

It is the largest of the nine reservoirs operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority, running more than 72 miles from Watts Bar Dam northeast to Ft. Loudon Dam.


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Fishing Lake Lewisville

When Texans talk about bass fishing, they also talk about Lake Lewisville. Its huge 183- mile-long shoreline, around which 17 boat ramps are located, brings anglers from all over the country to try their luck at largemouth bass, stripers and, depending on the time of year, Texas-size blue catfish.

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