River Fishing in Nebraska

A view of the North Platte river during fall in Nebraska.Nebraska has many rivers big and small that run throughout it. The Missouri River runs along the northern border with South Dakota and down the eastern border with Iowa. Other notable rivers in the state include the North Platte, the Dismal, the Niobrara, the Loup, the Calamus and the Republican rivers.

These rivers present some great river fishing opportunities. Some are accessible by boat only and some present shore fishing options too.

The Dismal river in northwestern Nebraska.Different species of fish found in Nebraska are in these rivers and their tributaries. You can find smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, panfish, catfish, northern pike and more.

Most of the fish taken from Nebraska rivers are great on the table. You can bake or pan-fry or even deep-fat fry these fish for your enjoyment.

View the NEOGA members page where you will find information on their operations and links to their websites which contain additional details on their river fishing trips. Or you can fill out our contact form and any member that has what you are looking for will get back to you.

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