Little Bobtail Lake


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Little Bobtail Lake
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Location: From the city of Prince George travel west on Hwy. #16 to the Bobtail Forest Service Road, located near the east end of Cluculz Lake. Turn south (left) and follow this road past Graveyard Lake. Little Bobtail is located between Graveyard and Bobtail (Naltesby) lakes. The final access can be very rough but is accessable by a good 4X4 or ATV. By taking the Blackwater Road off Hwy. #16 and then turning onto branch roads will also get you to these 3 lakes. Watch for signs.

Size 266 ha. (657.02 ac.) Shoal 143 ha. (353.21 ft.)
Mean Depth 4.7 m. (15.4 ft.) Max. Depth 14.5 m. (47.56 ft.)
Game Fish Rainbow Trout Fish Stocked Rainbow Trout
Angler Usage Low to Moderate Elevation 815 m. (2673.2 ft.)
Ice Over November to Mid-April T.D.S. 142 mg/L.

Resorts & Campsites: There are BCFS campsites at nearby Graveyard and Bobtail (Naltesby) lakes.

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Fishing Report: Little Bobtail supports a Rainbow fishery with trout that can reach into the 4 lb. range. Trolling or fly fishing are both productive methods used on this lake.
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Nearby Lakes

Graveyard Lake - Graveyard Lake, lying northwest of Little Bobtail, supports both Kokanee and Rainbow fisheries. Located at the lake are BCFS camping and picnic sites.

Bobtail Lake - Bobtail (Naltesby) Lake can be found just south of Little Bobtail. Kokanee inhabit the lake as well as Rainbow, which will often reach into the 4+ lbs. range. A medium sized BCFS campsite with a cartop boat launch is present at the lake.

Grizzly Lake - Grizzly Lake lies just west of Bobtail and contains excellent numbers of Rainbow trout. A BCFS campsite is present at the lake. All of these lakes produce good results by either trolling or fly fishing.

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

 



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