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There is excellent fishing in Nebraska. People who regularly travel along the I-80 corridor know that there are over forty opportunities to fish just off the interstate. Avid fisherman have a lifetime permit, and keep their fishing rod in their car; after all, travelers need to stop and stretch from time to time, and what better way to stretch than to practice your cast? It is believed that some of the best, most consistent bass fishing in Nebraska is found in the waters along I-80. 

The two best places to find trout in Nebraska are said to be Lake McConaughy, just north of Ogallala, and the Sutherland Reservoir State Recreation Area, east of Ogallala. Yet there is fantastic fishing throughout the state. River fishing is also popular here; the Platte River crosses the center of the state, the Missouri River runs along the eastern edge of the state, and the Niobrara River crosses the northern section of the state. With their numerous tributaries, they provide many opportunities for fishing by boat or along the shore. There is even good fly fishing to be had in Nebraska.

With a little planning, it is easy to incorporate fishing into your Nebraska Bed and Breakfast vacation year round. You don’t even need to own a rod, as many state parks and shops have them available to rent. You do need to know the rules, so it is worth familiarizing yourself with limits and seasons. 

It is easy to find a Nebraska Bed and Breakfast near good fishing. Some Nebraska Inns will run fishing specials from time to time, working hand in hand with outfitters or guides. There is no reason you can’t enjoy a little luxury during your fishing trip, and no reason you can’t include a little fishing into your vacation. Think outside the box, throw your fishing rod in the car, and have fun.

 


Wunder Roost Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 402-794-6969


Lincoln (Roca), Nebraska
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Rice Lodge & Conference Center

Phone: 402-766-3720, 402-806-2174 or 402-806-1075

The Rice Lodge is located just 8 miles west of Big Indian Lake near Wymore, Nebraska. There are also several other fishing opportunities very near the Rice Lodge!

Odell, Nebraska
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Betty's Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 402-871-5057

Betty's Bed and Breakfast is near two 10-mile lakes loaded with fish.

Ruskin, Nebraska
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Prairie Creek Inn

Phone: 402-488-8822

All overnight guests are invited to bring a line and fish on our 12-acre private lake. Large mouth bass, bluegill, wipers, and catfish populate the beautiful, secluded setting only a 500 yard walk from the Prairie Creek Inn. Please be sure you have a valid NE fishing license!

Lincoln (Walton), Nebraska
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Gandy House

Phone: 402-862-3278

Enjoy fishing at and near Humboldt, Ne. Humboldt has City Lake Park ponds and the North Fork of the Big Nemaha on the south end of town. The South Fork of the Big Nemaha is a few miles south on Hwy 105. Or you can stay at Gandy House Bed & Breakfast in Humboldt and go fishing at Kirkman Cove Lake, which is 4 miles west of Humboldt. You can catch Catfish, Carp or Bass.

Humboldt, Nebraska
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Bakers Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 402-426-8909

If you like to fish, we have some great spots for you, all within 30 minutes of our B&B. Whether you prefer river or lake, we have tips for both!

Blair, Nebraska
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Barn Anew B&B

Phone: 308-632-8647

We are 1 mile from the North Platte River and only a few miles from Sand hills spring fed creeks that offer plenty of trout fishing.

Scottsbluff, Nebraska
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Whispering Pines B&B

Phone: 402-873-5850

Enjoy fishing at the local Steinhart Park. This park is also a recreational area with baseball diamonds, tennis courts, basketball courts, a skatepark, horseshoe rings, local swimming pool, and Steinhart Lodge. Bring the whole family and make a whole day, or two, of it!

Omaha (Nebraska City), Nebraska
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