Tisdall Lake, BC, is located in the Cariboo region of British Columbia,
Canada, east of the City of Williams Lake. At 150 Mile House, 25
km (15.5 mi) south of Williams Lake on BC Hwy 97, turn east off
Hwy 97 onto the Horsefly Road. At Horsefly
turn off onto the Black Creek Road. After approximately 25.76 km
(16 mi) take the road that branches to the right and also gives
access to Elbow and McKinley Lakes. Although generally a good road,
it is a wise idea to check locally for road conditions in wet weather.
Tisdall Lake is located a total distance from Williams
Lake of approx. 160 km (99 mi).
A Forest Service campsite offers good access to the lake.
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Report: Tisdall Lake is a 5.5 km (3.5 mi) long lake that
produces wild stock rainbow that will average around two pounds.
These wild BC rainbow trout respond well to flyfishing, spinner
and trolled lures.
The terrain around Tidall Lake is hilly, covered with spruce, pine
and poplar with a view of the mountains in the distance.
Sand and gravel with grasses and deciduous shrubs to the water's
Lake - Crooked
Lake is a 9.5 km (5.89 mi) long lake that can be reached from
the west by way of Horsefly or from the south by the Hendrix Lake
Road via 100 Mile House. Crooked Lake is a family vacation that
spot provides good rainbow fishing as well as swimming and camping.
Boats & cabins as well as two Forest Service campsites are available
on Crooked Lake..
Lake - Located just before Tisdall, the 7 km (4.34
mi) lake also has a small Forest Service Recreation site suitable
for truck and camper units. The small beach can be used for boat
launching. Trolling is the most successful method of catching
rainbow and lake trout. The lake trout will go up to 8 pounds
and the rainbows about 3 pounds, but there are occasional 8 pounders
caught. Hiking trails are also available to take advantage of
the spectacular scenery.
Lake - Elbow is found about 12 km (7.44 mi) past Tidall.
Although there are both wild stock rainbow and lake trout in Elbow
Lake, it is not known as a "hot" fishing lake. Trolling is the
best method to try to take these "hesitant" fish. There is a Forest
Service campsite with swimming beach and boat launching area.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.