Wolverine Lake, BC. Wolverine Lake, Cariboo, British Columbia, Canada

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Wolverine Lake
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Location: 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.

Size 24.53 hectares (60.6 acres) Shoal 3.07 hectares (7.6 acres)
Mean Depth 3.38 meters (11.2 feet) Max. Depth 7.92 meters (26 feet)
Game Fish Trout & Lake Char Fish Stocked None. It is a wild stock lake.
Angler Usage Low to Moderate Elevation 1,013 meters (3,323 feet)
Ice Over November - Early May T.D.S. 88 mg/L

Resorts & Campsites: 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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