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Wolverine Lake is located in the Cariboo region of British Columbia,
Canada east of the City of Williams Lake. Turn northeast off Hwy
97 at 150 Mile House, 25 km (15.5 mi) south of Williams Lake. Turn
left onto the Likely Rd. This road will take you to the community
of Likely. From the Quesnel River
Bridge at Likely, travel NE for 1 mile and turn left. Keep on the
main road (Keithly Creek Rd.) for another 7.9 miles and then turn
left onto the Jacobsen Bros. logging road. Follow this for 2.2 miles
and then turn right. It is 0.1 miles to Wolverine Lake. This is
a good logging road open to the public.
Wolverine Lake has asmall open site BC Forest Service Recreation
Site with campsites. Car top boats can be launched at the site.
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Report: Wolverine Lake is said to produce good numbers
of rainbows in the 4 to 5 lb. range.
sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Moderate sized hills surround Wolverine Lake. Wolverine Lake is
95% forested in spruce, lodgepole pine, and alpine fir, with mountain
alder fairly abundent near the lakeshore. The southeast corner of
the lakeshore has been logged, along with extensive areas at several
chain distances away from the lakeshore.
100% peaty brown forest soil with a grass border averaging 10 feet
around most of the lakeshore.
Lake - Rollie Lake is situated about 9 km (5.58 miles)
past Wolverine Lake on the same road. Rollie is about half the
size of Wolverine and contains wild stock rainbows in the 2 lb
or better class. Flies, lures and trolled gear are all reported
to be very successful.
Lake - Cariboo Lake, just a short distance from both
Rollie and Wolverine is another lake that should definately be
explored. Cariboo Lake is situated about 24 km (14.88 miles) north
of Likely on the Keithly Creek Rd. A large lake with a mean depth
of 18 meters (59 feet), it contains wild stock rainbows, Lake
Char, Kokanee and Dolly Varden. Some very big fish have been taken
from this lake. Trolling seems to be the most popular method of
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.