Collins Lake

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Location: From the town of Houston travel west on Hwy. #16 to the Morice River Forest Service Road. Turn south (left) and follow it to the Morice West Forest Service Road. Turn west (right) and travel along this road until you reach the junction of the Morice River and Lamprey Creek (there is a 4 unit BCFS campsite located here). Turn south (left) and follow the Forest Service Road that parallels Lamprey Creek. This will lead you to Collins Lake. By travelling further on you will reach McBride Lake with a branch road leading west to Morice Lake.

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Resorts & Campsites: There are no campsites on the lake, however there is a 4 vehicle BCFS campsite at Lamprey Creek and a 18 vehicle semi-open BCFS campsite at beautiful Morice Lake, located west of Collins.

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Fishing Report: Collins supports a Cutthroat fishery with trout reaching into the 1+ lb. range.
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Nearby Lakes

Morice Lake - contains Rainbows to 6+ lbs., Lake Char to 15+ lbs. and Cutthroat up to 3 lbs. Trolling with spoons, plugs and spinning gear is the most popular method used however Morice also has a reputation as an excellent fly fishing lake. McBride Lake is considered a good Cutthroat destination with trout reaching up to 2 lbs. Lake Char also inhabit the lake and are reported to reach up to 12 lbs. or better.

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