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Located 44 km. (27.3 mi.) northeast of the city of Kamloops.
From Kamloops travel north on Hwy. #5 (Yellowhead Hwy.) for 5
km. (3.1 mi.). Turn east (right) onto the Paul Lake Road. Stay
on this road until you reach a secondary road just 5 km. (3.1
mi.) past Pinantan Lake. Turn north
(left) and travel 12 km. (7.4 mi.) to Hyas Lake.
1 resort can be found on Hyas as well as a BCFS day use campsite
with cartop boat launching.
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Report: In its earlier days, fishing at Hyas was superb.
Large Rainbows up to 16 lbs. were caught. Today, these huge fish
are gone, however Hyas still supports a good Rainbow fishery with
trout going up to 3-1/2 lbs and the occassional one up to 5 lbs.
Hyas is considered a good lake for fly fishing with good populations
of aquatic insects. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - Pemberton Lake, located just 2 km. (.24 mi.)
south of Hyas, has a surface area of 12 ha. (30 ac.). Like Hyas,
it supports a good Rainbow fishery with trout reaching into
the 3-1/2 lb. range. Fly fishing is the most popular method
used and can be very exciting during spring and fall months.
Located on Pemberton is a small 4 vehicle BCFS campsite with
a cartop boat launch.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.