Lakes, rivers streams, reservoirs
A lake is a body of water where watercraft may be used to fish. A river can be fished by wading (usually with high boots) or using a watercraft designed for river navigation (canoe, freighter). Streams are also fished by wading, mostly in natural pools found along the river bed, and insect repellant is a must during the summer months. A reservoir is actually a large lake whose water levels vary according to inflow of water that is regulated by a dam (for hydroelectricity production or for public security reasons during spring melt-off).