on the moose on the left for complete BC travel information.
Travel north from the city of Kamloops
on Hwy. #5 (Yellowhead Hwy.) for 92.2 km. (57.2 mi.) to the community
of Little Fort. At Little Fort
turn west (left) onto Hwy. #24. Follow Hwy. #24 to Lemieux Creek
Road. Turn right onto Lemieux Creek Road, following it all the way
to the southeast end of TaWeel. Approximately 30 km. (19 mi.) northwest
of Little Fort. This road can be very rough and a 4x4 is recommended.
A short stop at Little Fort is well worth while for fishing and
2 resorts can be found on TaWeel Lake.
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Report: Quality fishing for rainbows up to 4 lbs. and
larger makes TaWeel a definite stopover. This lake is reported to
produce well throughout the summer months, and is used by many,
as a base camp from which to explore the many excellent smaller
fishing lakes located nearby. TaWeel is a large lake, with shoal
areas, islands and abundant aquatic insect life. Trolling lures,
flatfish, and spinning gear is still popular however fly fishermen
do very well during the late June, early July Caddisfly hatch. Leech
patterns are also very effective. For a wonderful vacation, TaWeel
Lake with its two resorts and fine fishing is well recommended. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Doris, Johnny, Lorna, Lost, Moose, Moosehead, Sleiger, Thelma
and Tuloon are small (many are hike-in) lakes located near TaWeel
Lake. All offer exceptional Rainbow fishing with the chance of
landing a very large trophy. Strap on your belly boat and go for
a hike, you'll nevery regret it.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.