FishUSA Staff

FishUSA Staff

Fairview, PA

FishUSA Staff is comprised of several anglers with various backgrounds working for FishUSA.

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FishUSA offers anglers an extensive choice of popular and specialized fishing products, competitive prices, fast delivery, fair shipping charges, product support by a staff of experienced anglers and superior customer service. We operate seven days a week, and ship orders six days a week, to better serve our customers. We are committed to the fishing industry and support organizations that enhance and promote fishing opportunities.

Now in its fifth location, FishUSA has grown from its grassroots origins into one of the nation’s leading online retailers of fishing tackle and related accessories. Currently, FishUSA’s spacious warehouse, offices and showroom are located in Fairview, Pennsylvania, within the region’s “Steelhead Alley,” and a short distance from the shores of beautiful Lake Erie and Presque Isle Bay.

With a mission of being the nation's leading online supplier of sport fishing tackle and related products, FishUSA truly is America’s Tackle Shop!

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