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Click on the moose on the left for complete BC travel information.
At 93 Mile, turn east off Hwy 97 on to Hwy 24. follow Hwy 24 past
the turn off to the Bridge Lake Store. Continue east for another
4.5 km. (2.8 miles) and turn right (south). Continue on this road
for 18.6 km. (11.5 miles) to the lake.
Boat launching and 1 resort with cabins and boat rentals.
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Report: Rainbows in the 2 lb. range take flies, spinning
lures and trolling hardware. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Situated in a low mountainous terrain. Spruce and Lodgepole
pine with some aspen and Douglas
fir make up the south side of the lake. The north side contains
Douglas fir, spruce and aspen with some open grassland areas.
Peaty soil in several areas where it is backed up by marsh. Except
for some sandy beaches, the rest is forest soil. The north side
of the lake is accessible because of the lack of trees however a
band of alders along the south shore makes this side of Machete
not very accessible.
Janice and Thuya Lake in the high country region. There are so many
good fishing lakes in this immediate area that it is impossible
to list them all.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.