Lake: Beatrice Lake is accessed via a 12 km (7.5 mi) trail up Beatrice
Creek from Slocan in the Valhalla Provincial Park. Beatrice Lake is noted
for its good fly fishing for rainbow trout.
Lake is located west of Arrow Lake via the 40 km (25 mi) Arrow Park Creek
road north from Arrow Park. A medium-size treed camping area with limited
facilities and a cartop boat launch are available.
Lake: Catherine Lake is located west of Arrow Lake via the 40 km (25
mi) Arrow Park Creek road north from Arrow Park. A short road from here
branches east to the lake.Catherine Lake is reported as having rainbow
trout of about 4.4 lbs.
Lakes: These three lakes are located in Champion Lakes Park. The turnoff
is found approximatley 6 km (3.7 mi) northeast of Fruitvale. Follow the
access road 10 km (6 mi) to the park. Rainbow trout are stocked in all
three lakes and reach sizes of 2 kg (4.5 lb).
Lake This hike-in lake may be accessed via the Kaslo and Joker Mill-Keen
Creek roads or by the Kokanee Creek Road southwest of Balfour on Highway
3A. Yellowstone cutthroat trout are resident in this deep, cold alpine
Lake This lake is over 100 km (62 mi) long with access from Nelson,
Balfour, Kaslo, Crawford Bay, Boswell and several other points along Highway
31. The lake provides good fishery for Gerrard-strain rainbow trout of
up to 10 kg (22 lb), Yellowstone cutthroat,large Kokanee salmon and rainbow
and Dolly Varden weighing up to 12 kg (26 lb).
Arrow Lake This 90 km (56 mi) long 3 km (2 mi) wide lake may be accessed
from Faquier, Needles, Edgewood, Castlegar or Robson. Large Gerrard rainbow
trout are resident in this lake where fishing is the best in the fall
The lake is located 5 km south of Kaslo just off of Highway 31. Smallmouth
bass of up to 2 kg (4.4 lb) are abundant in the lake.
Lake The lake is located 30 km (19 mi) west of Castlegar just off
of Highway 3 near the Highway 3A junction. Power boats are not permitted
on the lake. This lake is filled with rainbow trout of up to 30 cm (12
This 45 km (28 mi) lake runs beside Highway 6 and may be accessed
from New Denver, Silverton and Slocan. This lake is renowned for
its large rainbow and bull trout. Fly fishing near creek mouths and trolling
for kokanee are productive methods.
Lake This lake is located just north of Highway 6 near the Needles
ferry via a 5 km (3 mi) 4X4 access road. Both rainbow and brook trout
are abundant in the lake and weigh up to 2 kg (4.4 lb).
Lake The lake is northeast of the Galena Bay Ferry on Highway 31.
A campground with limited facilities and a cartop boat launch are provided.
Avid anglers try their luck for rainbow trout using either fly fishing
or deep trolling methods. The lake also supports a fair population of
both Dolly Varden and brook trout.
Trout Lake is located 85 km (53 mi) north of Kaslo on Highway 31.
Access is also possible from Nakusp and Revelstoke. All facilities are
available at Trout Lake community. This deep, 30 km (19 mi) long lake
is noted for its large rainbow and bull trout.
Lake This large lake may be accessed from Nakusp, Galena Bay,
Beaton and numerous other areas along Highway 23. This lake is noted for
its excellent large trout fishery. Species of up to 10 kg (22 lb) have
been reported and Dolly Varden in the lake average 5 kg (11 lb).
Lake Access is via a gravel road north of the Arrow Lake ferry at
Needles. Cabins, a camping area and boat launch are provided. Rainbow
trout reaching weights of 1.5 kg (3.3 lb) as well as bull trout of up
to 4.5 kg (10 lb) are resident in the lake. Kokanee are small but plentiful.
Lake (Loon Lake): This small lake is located 22.4 km (14.3 mi) west
from Grand Forks on Highway 3. provides the visitor with camping facilities,
boat launch , picnic site and modern restroom facilities.