Fishing in Holcomb Creek – San Bernardino County Fishing

Fishing in Holcomb Creek - San Bernardino CountyHolcomb Creek is a California Fishing spot. Holcomb Creek is located in San Bernardino County in the State of California. Holcomb Creek has the latitude and longitude (34.30681, -116.93878) and the altitude is 6700 feet.

Holcomb Creek may be the least-known fishing spot in this area. It starts deep in San Bernardino National Forest and tumbles its way downslope. It crosses the Pacific Crest Trail at one point. You don’t have to hike much, however, to fish the best stretch of water. It’s stocked with a small number of seven- and eight-inch rainbow trout (plants are made along Forest Service Road 3N16). The best area is at Crab Creek Crossing; sometimes plants are made where beaver ponds have dammed up small sections of river.

Before fishing in Holcomb Creek you should consult with local guides and regulations. Fishermen who have fished at Holcomb Creek are encouraged to post reviews of the Holcomb Creek Fish types and any images they want to share with others.

Fishing in Holcomb Creek - San Bernardino County

Things To Do:

  • Fishing

Fish Types:

  • Hatchery Trout

Fishing in Holcomb Creek - San Bernardino County

 

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
34.30681, -116.93878

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