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What is American River Fishing?

    American River Fishing is a network of websites  devoted exclusively to warmwater fishing on the rivers and streams in your state. The goal of ARF is to introduce as many good people as possible to your state's rivers and the tremendous fishing opportunities therein. Each state website also offers a forum for river fishermen to meet potential fishing buddies, share tactics, and to just talk fishin' with other river rats from your state. Click here for more info on ARF and what we're all about!. Also, we'll be featuring our Photo of the Month in the space to the right for the next few months. This one came from ARF (Alabama)!


Unidentified river in Alabama (Thanks, ML!)


Georgia River Fishing: Creekstalking 101- A case study in how to go about finding your own little slice of heaven. Ride along with the author from the moment he gets curious while driving over a bridge until the moment he catches his first bass. If you love fishing smaller flows and want to learn how to locate some more, click right here..

Mississippi River Fishing: It Gets Hot in Mississippi!- Jump N Fish and ML have a great day catching largemouth and spotted bass on an unnamed Mississippi flow. Enjoy all the pictures and enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets you'll ever see here at MRF!

North Carolina River Fishing: Mack and Son Are At It Again!- You won't believe the numbers and size of the catfish that Mack and his son land in one North Carolina summer night! Check it out at NCRF!

South Carolina River Fishing: Up and Down the Combahee- This picture makes it look like the Combahee flows for a while before turning into a boat ramp. This slough is just one of many I ventured into in the South Carolina low country in June. Join me as I battle mudfish, bass, pickerel, and huge bream. And see what made me almost wet my pants here at SCRF!

And there's much, much more where that came from..

Arkansas: It's on in Arkansas! Ham and Pip get together for the first ever Arkansas River Fishing group float. Only minor injuries ensued!

Georgia: OK, this didn't occur in Georgia and most of the fishing wasn't done in the river, but check out the peacock bass, wild animals, and all the interesting folks three GRFers encountered on their trip to the Amazon basin in Peru!

Florida: Pip gets one monster on the Peace River while the General tangles with some future monsters on beautiful Holmes Creek.

Alabama: Kreekn and friend combine caving, fishing, exercising, and photography on an incredible trip for redeye bass (registration required, but the pics are worth it!)

North Carolina: Check out the huge bass, bream, and Rattlesnakes Mack and friends found at Phelps Lake!

Mississippi: Check out the gorgeous scenery and bass that Revots experienced on Bayou Pierre!

South Carolina: Ever seen a five pound bream before? They exist on the Savannah River!

Virginia: Click and learn from this ongoing discussion about how Virginians use crankbaits on their rivers.

Tennessee: TRF is known for it's Crawdad Mafia. I've had the pleasure of fishing from one and they are fantastic river boats! Check out how one TRFer gets his Crawdad river-ready from start to finish.

There are brand new state forums for Maryland and Kentucky. If you are a river fisherman from those states, please sign up and start posting. Somebody's gotta be the first one in the pool! Make sure to let folks know about your state's river fishing forum, too. Before long, your state will have a few members, and then KABOOM! Your community will suddenly become as active as Virginia River Fishing and Mississippi River Fishing have!

Index of rivers and stream trip reports- You can find good trip reports and information regarding the following rivers somewhere on an American River Fishing site (either browse the state's website or search the message forums).

Florida: Myakka River, Santa Fe River, Withlacoochee River, Wekiva River, Wakulla River, Aucilla River, Ochlocknee River, Wacissa River, Blackwater River, Chipola River, Hillsborough River, Holmes Creek, Econfina River, Econfina Creek, Little Wekiva River

North Carolina: Little Tennessee River, Neuse River, Eno River, Haw River, French Broad River, Uwharrie River, Dan River, Black River, Lockwood's Folly River, South Fork New River, Deep River, Roanoke River, Nolichucky Gorge, Richland Creek

Georgia: Alcovy River, Apalachee River, Chestatee River, Chattahoochee River, Coosa River, Etowah River, Satilla River, Altamaha River, Ocmulgee River, Yellow River, South River, Flint River, Tallapoosa River, Coosawattee River, Oconee River, Savannah River, Ogeechee River, Withlacoochee River

Mississippi: Buttahatchie River, Chickasawhay River, Tomigbee River, Strong River, Black Creek, Bouie River, Buckatunna Creek, Tallahala Creek, Pearl River, Leaf River, Bayou Pierre, Buckatunna Creek

Virginia: James River, New River, Shenandoah River, South Holston River, Rappahannock River, Chickahominy River, Maury River

Tennessee: Holston River, Pigeon River, Obed River, French Broad River, Sequatchie River, Collins River, Clinch River, Harpeth River, Little Pigeon River, Nolichucky River, Red River, Powell River, Buffalo River, Citico Creek

South Carolina: Turkey/Stevens Creek, Savannah River, Broad River, Saluda River, Tyger River, Enoree River, Pee Dee River, Little Pee Dee River, Congaree River, Wateree River, Combahee River, Chauga River

Alabama: Limestone Creek, Flint River, Tallapoosa River, Cahaba River, Coosa River, Terrapin Creek, Hillabee Creek, Tallaseehatchee Creek, Locust Fork, Mulberry Fork, Blue Water Creek, Paint Rock Creek, Shoal Creek, Valley Creek, Big Canoe Creek

Kentucky: Gasper River

Arkansas: Strawberry River, Kings River, Buffalo River, Saline River

Maryland: No reports yet. Why not make yours the first?




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