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From the town of Princeton travel north on Hwy. #5A. Turn east (right)
off Hwy. #5A onto the Summers Creek Road and travel 32 km. (19.8
mi.) to the south end of the lake. The lake can also be reached
by travelling south on Hwy. #5A from the town of Merritt. The north
end of the lake can be accessed by turning east off Hwy. #5A onto
the secondary road leading to Hook and Ketchan Lakes. Do not turn
south on a branch road leading to these lakes, but instead, carry
on to Missezula.
A 9 vehicle BCFS campsite with boat launching can be found on the
north end of the lake.
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Report: Rainbows, Kokanee and Eastern Brook trout to
2 lbs. are the norm in this large lake, however management's objective
is to develop a large sized Rainbow fishery and a successful Kokanee
fishery. To this end over 281,000 Rainbows have been put into Missezula
since 1991. Included in these stockings have been over 60,000 Gerrard
trout with intentions to add an additional 20,000 annually. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - Hook Lake, a small lake of 12.2 ha. (30 ac.)
can be found via a branch road off the road to Missezula. Managed
as a quality lake, Hook provides a fine Rainbow fishery for large
trout. 2 small BCFS campsites are available at the lake.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.