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At Williams Lake turn west
onto Hwy 20. Continue approx 97 km (60 mi) to Hanceville (aka Lee's
Corner). Turn south off Hwy 97 and travel south past Fletcher Lake.
Then turn southwest from Big Creek past Willan Lake. Keep following
this road just past the Tee Pee Heart Ranch and then turn south
and follow the road through a grazing lease to the lake.
No resorts, but there is camp space and car toppers can be launched.
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Report: An excellent lake. Kloacut is highly rated by
fishermen. Wild rainbows up to 8 lbs and sometimes even larger taken
on light spinning and trolling gear. Kloacut is also reported to
be a good flyfishing lake. June and September are the best months.
During the summer, Kloacut may slow down, but it is always worth
a try. Subject to winterkill. Up to date info can be obtained at
Williams Lake or at the general store at Lee's Corner. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Gently rolling terrain. 100% forested in mainly spruce and Lodgepole
Approx half brown forest soil and half medium to large gravel.
Lake - Fletcher Lake is located on the road to Kloacut.
Situated 26 km (16.12 mi) south of Hanceville, accommodations,
boat rentals and some services are available. Fletcher Lake also
has a small grassy BCFS campsite. Car top boats cab be launched.
6 to 10 lb wild rainbows are caught fairly consistently, but rainbows
in the 2 to 3 lb range are more the norm. Fletcher can be moody,
but definately worth trying May through October. A Department
of Fisheries spawning enhancement program should ensure a bright
future for this lake.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.