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At 150 Mile House, 25 km (15.5 mi) south of Williams
Lake, BC, on Hwy 97, turn east onto the Horsefly Rd. Follow
this road 59 km (37 mi) to the village of Horsefly. Turn right and
cross the Horsefly River bridge. Travel east for 1.3 km (0.8 mi)
then turn left onto the Quesnel Lake Rd. Follow this road for 10
km (6 mi). Lake access and the Horsefly Lake Provincial Park is
located on the right hand side of the Quesnel Lake Road.
There are resorts on Horsefly Lake, as well as Horsefly Lake Provincial
Park with campsites, picnic area and boat launch. Facilities are
also available in the community of Horsefly.
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Report: Besides Kokanee
Varden, Horsefly Lake contains wild stock Rainbow
Trout to 12 lbs. 15 lb and better Lake
Trout are taken regularly. Trolling is the most common method,
however, spinning gear and fly fishing near the mouth of creeks
Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
This large, beautiful clear lake is situated in mountainous British
Columbia terrain, heavily forested
with conifers. Rocky bluffs and gravel beaches are found around
the lake. Camping, fishing, swimming and waterskiing all add up
to a great family vacation.