Updated: Aug 14, 2019
Here's an extreme place for you to fish! Crater Lake, nestled inside a volcano in south-central Oregon, is one of the most dynamic fishing spots in the USA. And the best part is, you don't even need a fishing license! Fish are not native to the lake. They were introduced in the lake from 1888-1941. Six species were originally stocked, but only two have survived to today: Rainbow Trout and Kokanee Salmon. Because they are not native to the lake, fishing is not only allowed, it's encouraged. A fair warning though, you do need to be a bit agile to get to the lake. The only way there is by foot at the foot of the Cleetwood Trail, or on Wizard Island when boat tours are running. Don't forget to pack along your custom Bakkan Fishing travel rod and always remember to Fish YOUR Style!
What do you think? Is fishing in a volcano taking it too far? What's the most extreme place you've fished? Share your thoughts in the comments below!