Thuya Lakes, British Columbia


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Thuya Lakes
British Columbia
Photo courtesy of Thuya Lakes Lodge

Location: To reach the Thuya Lakes area from Kamloops take the Yellowhead (Hwy #5) north to Little Fort. At Little Fort turn west (left) on hwy 24 and drive for about 15 kms. (9.3 miles). Thuya Lake access road is found on the south (left) side of Hwy 24. Follow signs and main road to Thuya Lakes Lodge 9 kms. (5.6 miles) south of Hwy 24.


Size 35 ha. (86 ac.) Shoal Data not Available
Mean Depth 3 m. (9.8 ft.) Max. Depth 17 m. (55.8)
Game Fish Rainbow Trout Fish Stocked Data not Available
Angler Usage Low Elevation 1311 m. (4300 ft.)
Ice Over November to May T.D.S. 27.9 mg/L

Photo courtesy of Thuya Lakes Lodge

Resorts & Campsites: 1 resort, which is located between Thuya and Island lake, provides cabins and campsites, boat launching and boat rentals. This area includes many excellent fishing lakes with most accessable only by trail, however, the resort keeps boats on many of them.

Photo courtesy of Thuya Lakes Lodge

BC Adventure Network members serving this area:

Thuya Lakes Lodge: Fishing as good as it gets! Our resort just north of Kamloops has over 30 lakes joined by streams, naturally reproducing with wild Kamloops trout, perfect for flyfishing and float tubing. Enjoy hiking trails into lakes, mountain biking, the wildlife or just t... more

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Fishing Report: Excellent rainbow fishery that produces well right through the fishing season. Fast action for rainbows that range from small up to the 6 lb. class. Thuya and Island lake, which are roughly the same size are the largest in the area; see nearby lakes for the names of some excellent smalll nearby hike-in lakes.

Viewscape: Thuya lake, the main lake in this area is quite flat on its north side. The east, west and south sides have gentle rolling hills with moderate slopes. Deciduous growth consists of willow and alder while lodgepole pine and spruce make up the coniferous forest.

Shoreline: Minor rock outcroppings and sedge grass are found in the 1st. 2 m. (6.6 ft.) of land from the lakes edge. The shoreline substrate is composed of angular and round material with approximately 40% of the lakes surface area having a sparse plant cover.

Nearby Lakes

Island, Dot, Disappointment, Young's Summit, Trail's End, Pearl, Robinson, Kevin, Boot, Jackpine, Randy, Jeremy, Two Match Lakes and Scot. Explore them all either with belly boats or by the resorts boats that are left on them. These lakes offer lots of variety and great action for rainbows all the way up to 6 lbs.

Note: Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start fishing a new lake. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com for angling information!


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