Conserving native fish in National Parks

The National Park Service manages fish, and regulates fishing opportunities to conserve native fish communities in their natural state. The Fish and Fishing web-page provides information about fish species in parks and the fishing regulations that apply. By following regulations, and practicing catch and release fishing of native fish, you can help ensure that native fish in our national parks will be enjoyed for generations to come. Learn more about fish, fishing, aquatic habitats, and the work we do to conserve these valued resources.

Fishing at lake

Responsible Fishing

Help conserve native fish by following these guidelines.

Fishing Regulations

Fishing Regulations

Know the regulations before you go.

Fishermen catching fish with net.

Fish Conservation

Conservation through participation

A school of young cutthroat trout

Fish Stories

Not your average fish story - learn what's happening in parks.

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