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Click on the moose on the left for complete BC travel information.
At Williams Lake turn west
onto Hwy 20. Continue for about 214 km (132.68 mi). Turn south at
Tatlayoko Lake Road. Continue past the turn off to Cochin Lake and
then turn east on to the Chilko Lake Access
Road. Drive past Choelquoit Lake and continue south for a short
distance as if going to Chilko Lake. Turn east at Henry's crossing
(you will cross over the Chilko River) and follow this road right
to Tsuniah Lake.
There is 1 resort complete with facilities, boat rentals and accommodations.
There is also a well utilized 8 vehicle open site BCFS campsite
at the lake. Cartoppers can be launched from this campsite.
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Report: Tsuniah Lake offers an incredible fishing experience.
Fast paced action for wild rainbows in the 1 to 2 lb range. Flies,
spinning and trolling gear all work well. Fishing stays good from
June through October. Beware of strong winds. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Spectacular. Tsuniah is located at the base of two opposing 8,000
ft. mountains. The surrounding countryside is mostly pine/spruce
forest, however, some poplars are found immediately surrounding
Mostly gravel with alder, grass and willows.
Lake - Choelquoit Lake is found on the Chilko Lake
Road just before arriving at Chilko or Tsuniah Lakes. Choelquoit
is reported to have some very large wild stock rainbow. Try trolling
with hot shots, wedding bands, lures, etc. Angler pressure is
low. There is a BCFS day use site with picnic tables and outhouses.
Chances are you will see windsurfers using part of this lake.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.