Dee Lake is located in British Columbia's Okanagan region approximately
21 km. (13 mi.) northeast of the town of Winfield.
From the city of Kelowna travel
north on Hwy. #97 to Winfield. Turn east off Hwy. #97 onto the Beaver
Lake Road. Follow this road past Beaver Lake (Swalwell Lake), and
continue a short distance to the Dee Lake chain of lakes. Dee Lake
is the most northern lake in this chain of 4 lakes.
Dee Lake has 1 resort complete with log cabins, campsites, store
and boat rentals. A public recreation site and campsite with boat
launch can be found at nearby Island Lake.
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Report: Dee Lake is actually a chain of lakes which include
Dee, Island, Deer, and Crooked Lakes. Stocked with Rainbow trout,
the Dee Lake chain supports good numbers of Rainbow, some of which
will occasionally reach 5 lbs. Fly fishing and trolling small lures,
flatfish and spinning gear, are all successful methods used on the
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Doreen Lake - Doreen Lake is 40 ha. (99 ac.) in size
and can be found approximately 1.5 km. (.9 mi.) east of Dee Lake.
Lying at an elevation of 1372 m. (4500 ft.), Doreen is a fly only
lake that provides a Rainbow fishery for trout up to 5 lbs. A
20 vehicle BCFS campsite with good cartop boat launching is available
at the lake.
Lake - Hidden Lake is a small lake found by taking
a secondary road from the north end of Dee Lake. A short hike
is required to the lake which provides good catches of small Rainbows.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.