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At 93 Mile, turn east off Hwy 97 onto Hwy 24. Travel to the town
of Lone Butte approx.
18 km or 11 miles). Continue past Lone Butte east on Hwy 24 for
another 14 km (8.7 miles). Watch for the signs on the left (north)
side of the road. Turn left (north) at the signs and drive another
4 km (2.5 miles) to Fawn Lake.
32.3 hectares (79.78 acres)
Mid-November - Late April
There is a resort located on Fawn Lake and a public access road
to the water.
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Report: Fawn is a small but very productive rainbow
lake. Rainbows in the 5 lb class are common. However, due to the
presence of Lake Chubb as feed, much larger rainbows in the 10
to 12 lb. range have been reported. Lake Trout are also present.
Spinning, and trolling have met with success, but this peaceful
lake has earned a reputation with fly fishers. It is reported
that there is a large chironomid hatch in the spring which fly
fishermen should watch for. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Note:Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you
start fishing a new lake.