on the moose on the left for complete BC travel information.
From the city of Kamloops
travel north on Hwy. #5 (Yellowhead Hwy.) for 22.5 km. (14 mi.).
Turn east (right) onto the Heffley-Louis Creek Road and travel
for 8 km. (5 mi.). Turn north (left) onto a secondary road which
will take you to Sullivan (Knouff) Lake (about 4 km. (2.5 mi.)
south of Badger).
1 resort can be found on the north end of the lake. Also on the
lake is a BCFS campsite which is motorhome accessible and has
a boat launch.
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Report: Knouff provides a good fishery for Rainbows
up into the 3 lb. class, however fish have been caught in the
12+ lb. range. Fly fishermen should key on the Chironomid, Mayfly,
Damselfly and Caddisfly hatches that occur from May to early July.
Fishing the shoal areas and around the islands will bring you
the most success. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Knouff is surrounded by rolling hills of pine and aspen. Located
in the lake are 5 small islands covered with pine.
Knouff is a clear water lake with a gravel bottom and extensive
areas of shoal.
Knouff Lake - Little Knouff Lake with a surface
area of 40 ha. (99 ac.) is located just minutes to the north
of Knouff Lake. It is a shallow lake with a marl bottom that
can on occassion produce large Rainbows. Most of the fishing
is concentrated in a small area of deep water located in the
centre of the lake, however, fly fishermen do well exploring
the shoal areas especially near dusk when larger fish come into
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.