Allouette Lake, BC


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Location: Allouette Lake is loacted in the Fraser Valley near Vancouver, BC, only 13 km. (8.1 mi.) northeast of the town of Maple Ridge. Located within Golden Ears Provincial Park, access is paved and well marked. Although a haven for fishers, the Allouette Lake area, with spectacular scenery of lakes, mountains and rivers, provides many recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast.

Size 1644 ha. (4060.7 ac.) Shoal Data not Available
Mean Depth 71 m. (233 ft.) Max. Depth 159 m. (522 ft.)
Game Fish Rainbow Trout, Cutthroat, Lake Char and Dolly Varden Fish Stocked Rainbow Trout and Cutthroat
Angler Usage Low Elevation 106 m. (347.6 ft.)
Ice Over Varies with Climate Conditions T.D.S. 20 mg/L

Resorts & Campsites: Golden Ears Provincial Park provides excellent camping and picnicking facilities in a number of areas. Boat launch areas are available at Allouette Lake. With heavy summer use it is advisable to arrive early for campsites, or use the reservation service offered by the Ministry of the Environment's BC Parks Branch. 205 campsites are trailer and RV accessible, a sani-station and no hookups. Pit and flush toilets are available in the camp and day use areas. The day use area, complete with change house and picnic areas, has a large sandy beach with a wonderful swimming area. Surrounding trails draw hikers, bikers and horseback riders.

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Fishing Report: Up to and including 2006 there has been an annual stocking program of both yearling and catchable Cutthroat and Rainbow Trout. In 2007, 6800 non-reproductive Rainbow triploids were stocked into Allouette Lake. Although the population of fish is significant, the large size and the great depth of Allouette Lake make sure there is not a large number caught. Rainbow average about 1 lb. and Cutthroat can average 1 to 1-1/2 lbs. Lake Char can reach 20 lbs. or better. The steep drop off of the lake makes finding a good fishing spot difficult and the shallow end that would be good for fishing is heavily used with the campsites and picnic areas. The many bays and streams and the shoreline would probably produce the best results.

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Viewscape: Allouette Lake was formed when a dam was built for a hydro project. The 15 km. (9.3 mi.) lake is nestled amongst rugged, steep mountains primarily covered by a conifer forest. The spectacular scenery can be found throughout Golden Ears Provincial Park.

Shoreline: The varied lakeshore can range from enticing sandy estuaries to sheer rock bluffs. Magnificient streams plunge down the surrounding mountains into the lake. The south end of the lake provides about the only shallow area suitable for a beach. There are large numbers of submerged stumps around the southeast shore. There are no aquatic plants growing in this lake because of its low nutrient availability.

Nearby Lakes

Mike Lake: Mike Lake with a surface area of 4 ha. (10 ac.) is located approximately 4 km. (2.5 mi.) southwest of Allouette. It is stocked annually with Rainbows and supports good numbers of small trout.

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


 



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