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From Kamloops take the Yellowhead
(hwy #5) north to Little Fort. At Little Fort, turn west on hwy
24 and drive 22.5 kms. (13.9 miles). Turn left into the Long Island
(Janice) Lake forest service recreation site road and travel 500
m. (1640 ft.) into the campsite.
1 resort is located on the northwest corner of the lake. A BCFS
campsite with boat launch is located at the northeast corner.
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Report: A very good fly fishing lake with rainbows in
the 3 lb. range and some going much larger. Along with chironomids
fly fishers should look forward to a good spring may fly hatch. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Situated in forested hilly terrain on the Thompson Plateau. A 3
meter band of deciduous trees and shrubs surround the lake. Behind
this stands a coniferous forest of lodgepole pine, englemann spruce
and balsam fir. A very beautiful looking lake that holds 4 small
From the shoreline the lake drops off quickly to a depth of 28 m.
(91.8 ft.) . The lake substrate is made up of large boulders and
organics. Patches of sedge are found all along the lakeshore.
Lakes - Sedge Lake, a small lake of 7 ha. (18 ac.)
, is located 3 kms. (1.9 miles) east of Janice. Belly boats are
easily hiked into the lake via hiking trail from Janice. Sedge
produces rainbows in the 2 lb. range.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.