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At Williams Lake, turn west
onto Highway 20. At Hanceville take the Taseko Lake road south until
you reach the Lord River Development road (just past the turnoff
to Vedan-Elkin-Chaunigan lakes). Turn south onto the Lord River
Development road and travel 32.5 km (20 mi.) to an intersection
just past Yohetta Creek. At this intersection, turn left and drive
0.5 km (0.3 mi.) and then turn right and continue another 2.25 km
(1.4 mi.) to Fishem Lake.
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Report: Fishem produces small wild stock rainbow and
bull trout. Nearby Taseko River can be excellent fly fishing waters
for rainbows and bull trout. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Fishem is situated in a broad valley. Nearby Yohetta Valley is considered
by many to be the prettiest in the Chilcotin.
A kame terrace is found on the east side while moraine, kame terrace
and alluvial fan make up the shoreline on the west side of the lake.
The north end has a shore with a beach berm raised by wave action.
A spruce forest with sedge meadows and occassional lodgepole pine
are found on the west side. The east side of the lake is mixed lodgepole
pine, spruce with grassy areas and some aspen away from the
water. Alder is found at the lakeshore.
Tuzcha and Yohetta - Taseko, Tuzcha and Yohetta are
not known for great fishing, however they are well worth exploring
for their scenic beauty.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.