A picnic and recreation site with outhouses is available. Quesnel
is the closest centre for facilities and services.
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Report: The wild stock rainbow trout can reach about
a pound, although they are known for being quite elusive. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
The hilly surrounding area is predominantly forested, with a mixture
of aspen, willow, cottonwood and Douglas
fir. Pastureland composes about 10% of the lakeshore area.
Sandy, gravel soil comprises most of the shoreline with a small
amount of willow in evidence.
Lake: Puntataenkut Lake (also known as Tibbles Lake)
is located about 6.5 km. (4 mi.) west of Puntchesakut Lake. This
279 ha. / 690 acre lake reaches a maximum depth of 14.9 m. / 49
ft. and is home to both Rainbow Trout and Char.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.