Lac La Hache

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Lac La Hache
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About 16 miles north of 100 Mile House, this 20 km (12 mi.) long lake runs along the west side of the highway with the townsite of Lac La Hache on the south east corner.

Size 2300.70 ha. (5685 ac.) Shoal 756.90 ha. (1869.54 ac.)
Mean Depth 14.6 m. (48 ft.) Max. Depth 37.18 m. (122 ft.)
Game Fish Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, Kokanee, Char, Brook Fish Stocked Rainbow Trout
Angler Usage High Elevation 808 m. (2650.24 ft.)
Ice Over November - May T.D.S. 365 mg/L
Lac La Hache

Resorts & Campsites:

Full facilities in the village of Lac La Hache, with a number of public and private campsites and picnic sites, plus access for boat launching along the lake. Swimming, camping, horse back riding as well as boating and fishing are all popular activities for lake visitors who come to this outdoor recreation destination.

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Lac La Hache Provincial Park is set in the shelter of a Douglas-fir forest on Highway 97, 13 km north of the community of Lac La Hache. Offering 83 campsites, flush toilets, tap water, a sani-station and a self-guided nature trail, Lac La Hache Park is a popular campground. Campsite reservations are accepted and first-come, first-served sites are also available.

A day use area is located across Highway 97 on the shore of Lac La Hache and has an adventure playground, picnic tables, picnic shelter, boat launch, developed beach, changehouse and flush toilets.

Fishing Report: Lac La Hache is known for it's kokanee fishing, although rainbow and lake trout are often sought after. There are reports of lake trout up to 30 pounds with the rainbow and kokanee averaging from a pound to a pound and a half; rainbow sometimes going heavier. The lake trout are primarily taken with deep trolling while spinning lures seem to be the most popular for the kokanee and rainbow. Ice fishing is a favourite winter pastime on this lake.

Viewscape: Gently rolling hills covered with forest and grassland are observed along the lake. Private and summer dwellings are much in evidence along the eastern shore while the western shore remains more forested. A number of small forested islands dot the lake.

Shoreline: Gravelly shoreline interspersed with grasses, willow and small shrubs and rushes with alders and poplars in evidence.

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