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Spanish Lake, BC, is located in Cariboo region of British Columbia,
Canada, 134 km (83 mi) northeast of Williams
Lk. Travel 25 km (15.5 mi) south from Williams Lake on Hwy 97
to 150 Mile House. Turn east off Hwy 97 onto the Horsefly Road.
A few miles later, turn left onto the Likely Road and drive approx
80 km (50 mi) to the town of Likely. Continue for another 2.41 km
(1.5 mi) on the road towards Keithly Creek, then turn right. Travel
about 6.44 km (4 miles). Watch for signs, turn left and continue
for 2.4 km (1.5 mi). Spanish Lake is accessible to cars and trucks.
Spanish Lake has a 15 unit semi-open BC Forest Service Recreation
Site with campsites in a scenic setting. Car top boats can be launched.
Access to Spanish Lake is steep and winding. Nearest supplies and
services can found at Likely.
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Report: Spanish Lake produces good quantities of wild
rainbows and Dolly Varden to 2 lbs from June through October. Flyfishing,
spinning and trolling all produce good results. A great lake to
take the family fishing. Kids will always catch fish.
sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Spanish Lake is a very picturesque lake surrounded by hilly, forested
countryside consisting of Douglas Fir, spruce and cedar. Hills give
way to mountains in the background.
Gravel or sandy beaches surround the lake.
Freshette and Annette - These 3 lakes can be found
about 2 km (1.2 mi) past Spanish Lake off of the same gravel road.
All three are walk-in lakes with trails connecting them together.
Watch for trail markings. These lakes contain large rainbows,
8 lbs or better. Fly fishing or spin casting produce good action.
These lakes receive very little angling pressure and it would
be well worth your while to explore them.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.