Camp Pendleton offers a fishing culture for anglers of all walks of life

 

Last updated 7/9/2020 at 3:27am

U.S. Marine Col. Christeon Griffin, commanding officer of Headquarters Battalion, 1st Marine Division, releases a carp back into the water at Case Springs Camp Pendleton. Col. Griffin is one of the installations many avid fishermen who enjoy the on-base fishing opportunities.

Lance Cpl. Broc Story

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

Although early methods of fishing were developed as a means to procure sustenance, fishing is also one of the oldest sports known to mankind. Today, many enjoy partaking in the sport of fishing simply to relax and be around friends and family.

Through the development of the sport, a rich culture of friendship and spiritual fitness has been established. This culture is extended throughout Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton by anglers (people who fish using a rod and line with a hook on the end) from all walks of life. From active-duty...



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