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Jacobie Lake, BC, is located in the Cariboo region of British Columbia.
At 150 Mile House, 25 km (15.5 mi) south of Williams Lake on Hwy
97, turn east onto the Horsefly Rd. A couple of miles later, turn
left onto the Likely Rd. Travel for 41 km (26 mi) on the Likely
Rd. Turn right on Jacobie Lake Forestry Rd. Go about 3.2 km (2 mi)
to the lake.
Jacobie Lake has a 15 vehicle open-site BC Forest Service Recreation
Site with campsites and car top boat launch.
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Report: Jacobie Lake is a very productive wild stock
lake with rainbows averaging in the 1 lb. range. Fly fishing, spinning
and trolling light gear. A great family lake, especially for the
young fisherman. The rainbows may not be large, but there are lots
of them. Early summer and fall are the best months. The lake slows
down during hot weather.
sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
50% of the lakeshore has been logged, with the rest heavily forested
in Douglas Fir,
Spruce and Willow.
Loamy forest soil over gravel deposits.
Lake , Gavin Lake, Bootjack
and Polley Lakes - All of these lakes can be accessed
off the Likely Rd. All have fair to good 2WD roads (unless there
has been heavy rain causing the roads to deteriorate badly), campsites
and car top boat launching. The village of Likely is close by
providing services and facilities. Morehead Lake has Cabins, camping,
restaurant and laundromat.
Lake Cabins & Campsite - Morehead Lake, northwest of
Williams Lake, is situated in scenic Cariboo Country. Our resort
offers comfortable, self-contained cabins, RV & camp sites,
a licensed restaurant, a laundromat and row boat & canoe rental.
lakes are much the same as Jacobie: high producers of small 1
to 2 lb rainbows. Great family fun, great family fishing lakes.
For directions to all the Likely Rd lakes, ask at the communities
of 150 Mile House, Big Lake, Morehead Lake and Likely. You will
be guaranteed lots of fish and a great time.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.