Browne Lake, British Columbia

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Browne Lake
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Location: From the city of Kelowna travel southeast on Hwy. #33 to the Hydraulic (McCulloch Reservoir) Lake Road. Turn west (right) and follow this road 2 km. (1.2 mi.) past Hydraulic Lake. Turn north (right) on a secondary road and follow it to Browne Lake. Browne is approximately 46 km. (29 mi.) southeast of Kelowna.

Size 25 ha. (61.8 ac.) Shoal Data not Available
Mean Depth Data not Available Max. Depth Data not Available
Game Fish Rainbow Trout Fish Stocked Rainbow Trout
Angler Usage Moderate to High Elevation 1311 m. (4300 ft.)
Ice Over Late October to Early May T.D.S. 75 mg./L

Resorts & Campsites: A medium sized BCFS campsite with boat launching is present at the lake.

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Fishing Report: Browne is a quality fly fishing only lake which provides a fine Rainbow fishery for trout up to 2+ lbs. with some occasionally reaching up to 7 lbs.
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Nearby Lakes

Fish Lake - Fish Lake is 15 ha. (37 ac.) in size and lies just south of Browne. Like nearby Ern Lake, Fish supports an Eastern Brook trout population, and is stocked yearly. There are no campsites however nearby Browne and Hydraulic lakes both have BCFS campsites.

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


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Browne Lake, British Columbia