Cottonwood Springs Creek is a stream located just 9.2 miles from Squaw Valley, in Fresno County, in the state of California, United States, near Rodgers Crossing, CA. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including atlantic bonito, sailfish, wahoo, flathead catfish, white marlin, black bass, nassau grouper, pumpkinseed, steelhead trout, guadalupe bass, black bullhead, sunfish, dolphinfish, rock bass, catfish, coho salmon, dolly varden, eel, largemouth bass, green sturgeon, redfin pickerel, white perch, gar, white catfish, white sturgeon, pickerel, chum salmon, winter flounder, bluefish, arctic grayling, lake trout, grouper, warmouth, whitefish, golden trout, redfish, bonefish, perch, sucker, pumpkinseed sunfish, tarpon, snapper, flier, blackfin tuna, cobia, redbreast sunfish, drum, panfish, snook, marlin, brook trout, tilapia, white bass, shovelnose sturgeon, chinook salmon, splake, sauger, bullhead, weakfish, blue catfish, brown trout, shark, king mackerel, yellow bass, smallmouth buffalo, yellowfin tuna, spotted sea trout, tiger trout, black marlin, gulf flounder, bowfin, paddlefish, hickory shad, american shad, black sea bass, saugeye, green sunfish, jack crevalle, crappie, walleye, california halibut, amberjack, flounder, smelt, albacore, bigmouth buffalo, sturgeon, atlantic salmon, carp, northern pike, black drum, redear sunfish, sacramento perch, striped bass, lingcod, sockeye salmon, bream/bluegill, halibut, rainbow trout, red drum, rio grande cichlid, muskie, red grouper, pink salmon, cutthroat trout, summer flounder, bull trout, king mackarel and smallmouth bass here. Whether you’re fly fishing, trolling, spinning, net fishing, baitcasting, chumming or casting your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to Cottonwood Springs Creek.
Join us as we discuss the California Fishing License options, fishing rules and fishing regulations.
Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to the public. Now get out there and fish! Check out our Fishing Times chart to determine when the fish will be most active.