known as Como Lake)
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full bathymetric map.
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This small lake is located in the city of Coquitlam
on Gatensbury Street. Although in a residential area it is in the
centre of Como Lake Park; an urban park designed for a variety of
recreational uses. The two parking lots give you access to a variety
of activities from playgrounds, picnic areas and jogging trails
to fishing docks for kids.
This lake is for day use only, with a variety of recreational
facilities such as playgrounds, picnic areas, jogging trails and
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Report: No motors allowed on the lake, only canoes
or inflatable boats. Age restrictions apply to those wanting to
catch the 20 - 30 cm rainbow. People can fish from the two docks
or cast from the rocky or marshy areas. Fly fishing is very popular
because of lack of vegetation in which to become entangled. There
is a moderate amount of invertebrates like chironomids. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Some rocky areas with a marshy area near the exit stream. The
shoreline is gently sloped, primarily covered with grass.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.