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Cultus Lake is a popular recreational lake that is located in Cultus
Lake Provincial Park, 13 km. (8.1 mi.) south of the city of
Chilliwack, BC. The road is
paved and is in constant use by local residents as well as those
from around the lower mainland and Fraser Valley. The beautiful
Cultus Lake area has become highly developed in recent years with
private residences, resorts, marinas and facilities for a number
of recreational uses.
There are a number of campsites available either in the provincial
park or privately. Hotels and services are also available in the
community of Cultus Lake on the north end or in nearby Chilliwack
and Sardis. There are facilities provided for almost every conceivable
outdoor activity from boating, water skiing, swimming and picnicking
to horseback riding, biking and hiking. The gentle sloping, sandy
beaches of Cultus Lake lend themselves to swimming and other water
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Report: Due to the increased use of Cultus Lake for other
recreational activities, fishing pressure has declined in recent
years. Trout may reach over 3 lbs. with trolling and fly fishing
being the most successful methods used. Cultus Lake has an excellent
spawning area and stocking was last conducted in 1987. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Low rolling forested hills surround Cultus Lake. Private and summer
residences as well as resorts and campsites are visible from the
Gentle sloping, sandy beaches surround most of this highly popular
lake. The large number of small coves and entry streams provide
numerous areas for exploring and fishing.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.