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From the city of Kamloops take
Hwy. #5A south for about 38 km. (23.6 mi.). Turn east (left) onto
the Roche Lake Road and travel 11 km. (6.8 mi.) to Roche
Lake. Bulman is located a few kms. southeast of Roche Lake.
A 4x4 is recommended.
No developed campsites, however a large resort and 2 large BCFS
campsites are available at nearby Roche Lake. Cartop boats can be
launched at Bulman.
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Report: Managed as quality water, Bulman is a wonderful
lake that often produces rainbows in the 4-1/2 lb. range. Certainly,
a must fish lake. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Frisken Lake - Frisken Lake, 29 ha. (72 ac.) in size,
is located between Bulman and Roche Lakes. Frisken is winterkill
susceptible, however because of huge scud populations recovery
is fast and the rainbows quickly grow to 2 lbs. or better. At
times this lake can provide anglers incredible action. Cartop
boats can be launched and there is a small undeveloped area for
rough camping. Lying just east of Frisken is John Frank Lake.
20 ha. (49.4 ac.) in size, it is also susceptible to winterkill
but like Frisken it recovers quickly to support a fine fishery
with rainbows reaching 2 lbs. Cartop boats can be launched and
campsites can be found at nearby Black and Roche Lakes.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.