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At 93 Mile, turn east off Hwy 97 onto Hwy 24. Travel to the town
of Lone Butte (approx.
11 miles). Continue east on Hwy 24 for another 3.2 km (2 miles).
Some anglers gain access through the BC Rail property on the west
side of the lake, however, BC Rail forbids trespassing on their
None. Most of the shoreline is private property.
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Report: Good rainbow fishing. Popular fly fishing lake
because of the abundance of invertebrates throughout the lake. Freshwater
scuds, diving beetle larvae, dragon fly and damsel fly nymphs, water
boatmen and leeches fill out the rainbows diet. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Flat and gently rolling. Completely forested on all sides except
for a cleared area. Most of the south and east sides of the lake
are dominated by maturing Lodgepole
pine and Engleman
spruce. Ponderosa pine are also in the area. The north and east
sides of the lake are dominated by Western birch and some alder.
2,814 meters (9,232 feet). Except for the south end, the shoreline
slopes gently into the lake and is inundated by large patches of
reeds and decaying scrub and trees due to high water level. Shoreline
is shallow. Water substrate is dominated by cobble-boulder and fines.
Lake - Turn off is just past Irish Lake east on
Hwy 24. Watch for the signs on the north side of the road. Fawn
is another small (32.3 hectares), but very productive rainbow
lake. Rainbows in the 5 lb class are common. However, due to the
presence of Lake Chubb, much larger rainbows in the 10 to 12 lb.
range have been reported. Lake Trout are also present. Spinning,
trolling and flies have met with great success. It is reported
that there is a large chironomid hatch in the spring which fly
fishermen should watch for. There is a resort located on Fawn
Lake and a public access road to the water.
Note:Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.