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They say the worst day fishing is better than the best day working, so it might be time to plan that trip now to make those long days a bit brighter with something fun to look forward to. Of course, you’ll want a place to stay that will provide easy access to top spots, and what better way to do that than with an Airbnb where you can fish steps from your door, or just a short walk away. These options including everything from cabins on world-class fly-fishing rivers to gorgeous lakeside homes where you can cast your line and catch your dinner.
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Looking for fishing in Colorado? The Fisherman’s Cabin offers fly-fishing for rainbow or brown trout on the world-famous gold medal Frying Pan River, 30 minutes away from the crowds in Aspen. It’s part of the 140-acre Dallenbach Ranch, which comes with access to a mile-long private section of the river, accommodating up to two guests, ideal for both solo adventurers and couples. You’ll have a front porch where you can sip your coffee with a river view and a full kitchen too.
Located along Barren River, with its often overlooked smallmouth bass waters, this one-bedroom cabin nestled in a canopy of trees is perfect for a relaxing fishing trip. In between, you can enjoy nearby attractions like the famous Mammoth Cave while downtown Bowling Green is just a 15-minute drive away. It includes a full kitchen, flat-screen TV with a PlayStation 3 for movies and video games, as well as an outdoor fire pit.
Book this secluded cabin and you’ll be just 20 minutes from beaches along the Oregon coast while enjoying 300 feet of private riverfront for fishing and swimming right out your door. There’s also a private pebbled beach for enjoying a campfire and a deck where you can relax with the gorgeous water and forest views. It comes with Wi-Fi, a fully stocked kitchen and two Smart TVs too.
This lakefront cabin sits on the banks of Grand Lake, which offers world-class fishing in gold-medal waters for rainbow, cutthroat and brook trout as well as sockeye salmon and mackinaw (lake trout). Look forward to fishing, swimming, boating and campfires during the warmer months of the year. In the winter, ice fishing is possible along with sledding, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. The cabin sleeps up to six in three bedrooms and comes with a fully equipped kitchen, including upgraded appliances, a washer/dryer, TV and Wi-Fi.
Located in the South Cascade foothills near the town of Enumclaw, this lakefront cottage offers sweeping views of Mount Enumclaw and Lake Walker from nearly every window. You’ll be able to enjoy fishing right out your door, as well as swimming and paddling, with a kayak included. Mount Rainier National Park and countless hiking trails are just a short drive away too. It includes 50-feet of private waterfront, a fire pit, and inside you’ll have two bedrooms, a wood-burning fireplace and a full kitchen.
If you’re looking for Florida fishing, this Orlando Airbnb is a tiny house with an open floor plan and high ceilings that make it feel roomier than it is, located on Lake Fairview. It comes with lots of amenities, accommodating up to five guests and even your furry best friend. It has a full-size stainless-steel refrigerator, glass stove cooktop, TV and Wi-Fi along with a beautiful view of the lake framed by a picture window. You’ll be steps away from the water for fishing and kayaking, with two fishing docks, a two-person kayak and paddleboard all included.
This large two-bedroom cabin sleeps as many as nine guests and sits right along one of the best beaches in northern Minnesota at the edge of Wolf Lake. You’ll have your own private dock and enjoy access to the Mississippi River as well as the Cass Lake chain. Look forward to fishing, swimming and relaxing on the sand with beach chairs and a cooler provided. A fire pit near the water is the perfect place to watch the sun go down before enjoying the starry night’s sky. Inside there’s a fully stocked kitchen with basic seasonings and all you need to make your own meals, TV and Wi-Fi.
This custom-built cabin will put you right across the road from the Yellowstone River, renowned for its world-class fishing waters with rainbow, brown and cutthroat throughout this stretch in Livingston. Yellowstone National Park is 40 miles away and scenic hiking trails can be accessed in minutes. The cabin has two bedrooms plus a loft accommodating up to eight and includes sweeping mountain vistas from inside and out on the private deck. There’s a gas grill, a well-equipped kitchen and a great room with a flat-screen TV and electric fireplace.
The Fernside A-Frame cabin is nestled in the trees and lies along the banks of the Sturgeon River, accommodating up to four who can look forward to listening to the sounds of the water for a peaceful night’s sleep. A wall of windows showcases the picturesque views, and as you sip your morning coffee you can watch the wildlife wander by as fish leap from the river’s surface, so you know the fishing is going to be good. A fire pit, BBQ grill, full kitchen and Wi-Fi are all included too.
This two-bedroom home is ideal for those who want to be close to Yellowstone National Park for exploring the sights and taking advantage of fantastic fishing too. It accommodates up to six and provides views of the park with an ideal location along the Yellowstone River. A 30-foot deck overlooks the water where you’ll have private access for fly-fishing right out your door. It includes a gas BBQ, full kitchen, gas fireplace, cable TV and a washer/dryer.
For a remote and unforgettable fishing experience in the Alaskan wilderness, this two-bedroom cottage is 10 miles from the small town of Haines, providing sweeping views of Lutak Inlet and a sandy beach where bears and eagles can be seen congregating daily. Chilkoot Lake and River can be reached in just five minutes on foot where you can fish for salmon and trout. The cottage includes an expanded deck with outdoor seating for relaxing or dining as you watch bears play on the sand, a lawn and a partially covered porch that also has beach and water views. Inside there’s a full kitchen stocked with jams, coffee and cooking essentials, along with a TV and DVDs, books and board games.
This cabin is located right along the banks of the Salmon River where you can cast your line for steelhead or Chinook salmon. Afterward, come back and relax on the deck while enjoying the views. There’s a BBQ if you want to grill your catch, and inside you’ll have two queen beds and a sofabed that sleep up to six, along with a kitchen, TV and Wi-Fi.