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From the city of Kamloops travel
east on Hwy. #1 (Trans Canada Hwy.). Turn south (right) onto the
Barnhart Vale Road. Stay on this road passing through the community
of Barnhart Vale and then turn right (south) onto the first road
past the Campbell Creek Road. Follow this road to where it forks.
Take the left fork and follow it all the way to the lake. Access
to the lakeshore is provided by private land holders.
Notice* As of Spring 2000 there is no public access to the lake. Private
land owners may allow access in 2001.
There are no public campsites on Campbell and fishermen are urged
to respect the private property surrounding the lake. Some camping
may be allowed in privately owned land. All services and accommodations
can be found in the nearby city of Kamloops.
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Report: Managed as a quality water, Campbell offers excellent
rainbow fishing in the spring and fall months. During the summer
there is a heavy algae bloom on the lake. 2 lb. bows are the norm
in this fast action lake, however 5 lb. fish are routinely caught.
Occasionally trout that exceed 10 lbs. find their way to some lucky
fisherman's offering. Campbell is a shallow but rich lake with good
quantities of aquatic life. Summer winds sometimes make fishing
impossible, but when conditions are right, this is definitely the
lake you'll want to be on. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - FScuitto Lake, located just west of Campbell,
is another shallow but very rich lake. Fishing is reported to
be much the same as Campbell. Is there any better reason to try
this lake? Hosli Lake is a small lake with a surface area of 23
ha. (57 ac.) located south of Scuitto at an elevation of 1180
m. (3870 ft.). 4x4 access is either from Scuitto Lake in the north
or from Roche Lake in the south. Hosli is managed as a quality
water and offers a fine rainbow fishery with trout reaching 4-1/2
lbs. Spring and fall are the best months. Cartop boats can be
launced and there is a small undeveloped area for camping.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.