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Travel north of 100 Mile House
on Highway 97 to the Forest Grove/Canim Lake Road. Travelling east,
you continue on this road to Canim Lake.
Greenlee Lake is located on the north west side of Canim Lake.
A small heavily treed Forest Service campsite provides a cartop
boat launch and picnic area. As the steep access road can cause
problems in wet weather, check locally for road conditions. Nearby
Canim Lake has a full range of facilities and services.
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Report: Exceptional rainbow trout are found at this popular
get-away spot. Flies and spinning lures can attract the rainbows
that often reach over five pounds. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
The hilly countryside is primarily composed of conifers, mainly
spruce, with a small percentage of deciduous trees - notably poplar.
The clay/humus soil supports are variety of willow, rushes, spruce
Lake: Go northeast off the Canim Lake Road at Forest
Grove. This moderate size lake supports rainbow up to a couple of
pounds with fly fishing, spinning and trolling all effective. May
to June are the best times for fishing. There is a day use park
with a cartop launching area but no other facilities.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.