Showcasing some of North America's best
freshwater fishing opportunities
From the Missouri River System, the Red River, to Devils Lake, we film a lot of great shows in North Dakota for a simple reason, the fishing is awesome. The Missouri River and Lake Sakakawea are favorite destinations for filming walleye shows. Devils Lake is our go-to ice fishing mecca where we get some of the most extraordinary walleye and perch footage possible, not to mention great open-water walleye material to use in our shows. The Red River is one of the most under-recognized trophy catfish waters in the United States.
An angling paradise where more than hundreds and thousands of lakes, rivers, and streams are brimming with some of the best year-round freshwater fishing experiences in the world. The Canadian provinces of Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta are known worldwide for their exceptional range and diversity of fishing experiences. Choose from housekeeping cabins, all-inclusive lodges, remote camps, and fully outfitted, guided groups. Fly, paddle, drive, or take the train to your next angling adventure in the North.
Minnesota offers some of the best freshwater fishing in the country. There’s a great variety of water, from big lakes to scenic trout streams, to the mighty Mississippi. Roaming these waters are large and smallmouth bass, trout, panfish, northern pike, muskies, and of course, the mighty walleye. Hunting is also a big tradition here, with small game, waterfowl, turkey, pheasant and deer seasons opening every fall. Hunters in other states envy Minnesota’s ruffed grouse populations, too.
The Northeastern half of Montana is a paradise for hunters and anglers. Fort Peck Reservoir offers some of the best fishing in the nation for trophy walleye, northern pike, lake trout, and chinook salmon. This region is also a tremendous destination for big game hunting opportunities for world-class elk, mule deer, and whitetail deer.
The state of South Dakota boasts some of the greatest fishing opportunities in the Midwest. Traveling to this great state to film some of the many fishing opportunities is always a pleasure. The Glacial Lakes Area, along with the Missouri River system including Lake Oahe are favorite destinations for Jason Mitchell Outdoors.
Discover the amazing fun that Wisconsin fishing brings. With over 15,000 inland lakes and 42,000 miles of streams and rivers, plus the marine-esque experience of fishing the Great Lakes, Wisconsin is a premier fishing destination and offers more opportunities for reeling in more species of fish than anywhere else in the Midwest.