Fly Fish Lake is located approximately 29 km. (18 mi.) northeast
of the Okanagan 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
the Dee Lake chain. Turn right just before
Doreen Lake and travel for about .8 km. (.5 mi.). Park your vehicle.
A trail to Fly Fish Lake is on your left and requires an easy hike
of about 10 minutes.
There is a small public recreation site on Flyfish Lake 1, however
there is a 6 vehicle public campsite with cartop boat launching
on Flyfish Lake 2 (East).
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Lake 2 (East): Flyfish Lake 2 (East) is another small
lake located south of Doreen Lake, on a rough gravel road. Trout
are slightly smaller than those in Flyfish Lake 1 (West). Good
insect hatches and a good balance between size and catch rate
(stocking plan is for 4000 Rainbows annually) makes a visit to
this lake well worth your time.
Lake: Brunette Lake is found approximately 2 km. (1.2
mi.) south of Flyfish Lakes. Brunette is a small lake approximately
10 ha. (24.7 ac.) in size and contains large Rainbow trout. Located
at the lake is a small BCFS campsite.
Lake: Ruth Lake is approximately 1.5 km. (.9 mi.)
south of Flyfish Lake 2 and can be reached via hiking trail. Ruth
is managed for large Rainbow trout often exceeding 4 lbs. A small
BCFS campsite is available at the lake.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.