Culver's Sporting Goods Fishing Tackle in Fresno (CA)

156 South Main Street, Fresno, CA 93514 | 760-872-8361

Fishing Hot Spots near Culver's Sporting Goods Tackle Shop

  "Thanks to regular stocking you can find a very nice population of rainbow trout swimming around..." Baker Creek

  "Thanks to stocking by the DFG the fishery in Big Pine is definitely worth checking out. There..." Big Pine Creek

  "Cowley Lake is mostly known for its nice rainbow trout (which are stocked by the state and county)..." Lake Crowley

Contact Information

156 South Main Street
Fresno, CA 93514
760-872-8361

Fishing Spots near Culver's Sporting Goods

Bishop Creek

West Bishop, CA

Birch Creek

Mammoth Lakes, CA

Gunter Creek

Bishop, CA

More About Culver's Sporting Goods Tackle Shop

Looking for a hot fishing spot near Fresno CA, your best chance at finding that info besides this site is talking to a local bait and tackle shop like Culver's Sporting Goods. Have you ever launched your boat only to realize you forgot your favorite Fly Fishing Rod & Reel Combo? Or maybe your most trusted Super-Glo 102-Piece Kit? Or maybe you’ve forgotten your live bait back at home? Most of us fishermen have forgotten one or more of these items more times than we can recall. Being ready for your day on the water is critical, and finding the right bait shop can make the world of difference. Ever want to know what the fish are biting without having to try everything in your tackle box? Find a tackle shop that will help with that, and you’ll improve your odds of having fun and reeling in something for the trophy wall. Culver's Sporting Goods can be that shop for you. Give them the opportunity to advise you what body of water near Fresno is hot right now, where to find the bass, and what lures or live bait they are hitting. Not to mention, they can sell you that necessary fishing license. A quality shop makes a world of difference. After you’ve been there we want to know about your experience with Culver's Sporting Goods so your fellow outdoorsmen know where to go for both gear and advice be sure to share your detailed shop reviews here.