Co-op Lake

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Co-op Lake
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Location: Follow Hwy. #16 for 23 km. (14 mi.) east from the town of Burns Lake. Turn left (north) off Hwy. #16 and follow this secondary road approximately 5 km. (3 mi.) to the lake.

Size 30.5 ha. (75.3 ac.) Shoal Data not Available
Mean Depth 3.9 m. (12.8 ft.) Max. Depth 10.4 m. (34.1 ft.)
Game Fish Brook Trout Fish Stocked Brook Trout
Angler Usage Moderate Elevation 900 m. (2952 ft.)
Ice Over November to Late April T.D.S. 60 mg/L.

Resorts & Campsites: A 5 vehicle BCFS campsite with a boat launch is available at the lake. All services and accommodations can also be found at the nearby town of Burns Lake.

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Fishing Report: Co-op Lake supports a good Brook trout fishery that is best fished on the fly. It is also a very popular ice fishing lake during winter months.
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Nearby Lakes

Richmond Lake - Richmond Lake, situated east of Co-op and north off Hwy. #16 on Priestly Road, is an excellent Rainbow stocked lake regularly producing trout in the 5+ lb. range. Fly fishing is the best way to fish this small lake. There is a BCFS campsite located at the lake and cartop boats can be launched.

Note: Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start fishing a new lake.


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