Located northeast of the city of Vernon.
From Vernon travel north on Hwy. #97A to the community of Enderby.
Turn east (right) and follow the road about 37 km. (23 mi.) to King
Fisher on Mabel Lake. Another route to the lake is from Vernon east
to Lumby and then, from Lumby
travel northeast to Shuswap Falls. At Shuswap Falls, turn north
and follow the road to Mabel. This way will give you access to the
east side of the lake, and its beautiful Provincial Park.
A large resort with full services and facilities can be found on
the west side of the lake, at the community of King Fisher. There
are 4 BCFS campsites situated in different locations around the
lake. A Provincial Park near the
south end on the east side has 81 campsites with swimming beaches
and boat launching.
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Report: Mabel is a large lake that provides a very good
fishery for Rainbow, Dolly Varden, Lake
and Whitefish. Fish tend to be very large with Rainbows reaching
up to 8 lbs. or better, and Lake trout that have been caught up
to 18 lbs. Dollies will reach up to 12 lbs. while Kokanee average
1 to 2 lbs. Trolling various lures is the most popular method used
on the lake. Chinook
salmon are also found in the lake, however there are special regulations
regarding this species of fish. A popular lake, Mabel is considered
a great family get-away.
sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.