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Weaver Lake
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Location: This small lake, located 14 km. (8.7 mi.) northeast of the community of Harrison Mills on Hwy. #7, can be accessed from the Morris Valley Road and the good gravel Harrison West logging road. The south end of the lake is the access point but from here you can park and camp, fish, hike and boat.

Size 81 ha. (200 ac.) Shoal 25.6 ha. (63.2 ac.)
Mean Depth 12 m. (39.4 ft.) Max. Depth 31.5 m. (103.3 ft.)
Game Fish Rainbow Trout and Cutthroat Fish Stocked Rainbow Trout
Angler Usage Moderate to High Elevation 258 m. (547.8 ft.)
Ice Over Varies with Climate Conditions T.D.S. 40 mg/L

Resorts & Campsites: There are 2 BCFS campsites on the south end. The first one reached has poor lake access, the next (which is the main campsite) has a boat launch and is suitable for small trailers. Open campsites are situated away from the water. Primitive camping is available on the other side of the lake after a boat or canoe ride across. The campsites also mark the beginning of several scenic hiking trails around the lake. Services and accommodation are available at Harrison Mills.

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Fishing Report: The Rainbow trout usually average around 1-1/2 lbs with reports of some reaching up to 4 lbs at Weaver Lake. Cutthroat Trout are also present.

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Viewscape: The rugged mountainous terrain surrounding the valley is mainly forested in hemlock. There may be evidence of old logging in certain areas. This lake, in its thick forested valley, is just south of the world famous Hemlock ski area.

Shoreline: With the forest coming right down to the shore, access is often difficult, but there are still boat accessible beach areas on the north shore, that are perfect for a peaceful getaway. Alder and scrub willow are evident right on the shoreline gradually developing into a cedar and hemlock forest. Several islands also add variety to a day on the lake.

Nearby Lakes

Francis, Grace and Wolf Lakes are small lakes which support Rainbow fisheries known for their numbers not their size. Francis and Grace are stocked annually with Rainbow. All 3 lakes have small BCFS campsites and with the exception of Francis, which may require a 4wd, have good gravel access roads.

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

 



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