Best Spots to Go Trout Fishing in Missouri
Trout fishing is a favorite pastime of Missouri locals, and it's also a motivating factor for why many travelers select this state for their next vacation destination. If you are looking to enjoy excellent trout fishing in Missouri, you'll want to consider the following:
Type of Trout in Missouri
Trout thrive in Missouri, and there are many different types of trout that can be caught in the waters of this state. It's important to note that different bodies of water lend themselves to different types of trout. There are designated water areas with blue trout, white trout, and red trout. If you are hoping to focus on a specific type of trout, you will want to read up on the area you are visiting and find out which type of fish live in nearby bodies of water.
Best Spots for Trout Fishing in Missouri
Here are some of the places where you are most likely to catch a trout:
Montauk State Park — Montauk State Park is visited by more than 450,000 people each year, making it one of the most popular state parks in Missouri. It is home to managed trout parks, allowing visitors to have a decent chance at catching several trout. There's a limit of four per day during the harvest season of March 1 to October 31.
Capps Creek — Capps Creek is a stocked white trout area that is carefully managed to allow those fishing a high chance of success.
Meramec River — This is a managed red trout area, where the daily catch limit is two per day.
Why Choose Montauk Resort?
Montauk Resort is located within the Montauk State Park boundaries. When you stay here, you can easily access the trout parks and enjoy endless days of fishing on the waters. The cabins at this resort have both air conditioning and heat to ensure you are comfortable throughout your stay.
In order to enjoy unparalleled access to some of the best trout fishing waters in the state, book your stay at Montauk Resort today. It's one of the only places you can stay in this popular state park that is not a campsite or RV lot. Contact Forever Resorts for more information on trout fishing in Missouri.