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Travel north from the city of Kamloops
on Hwy. #5 (Yellowhead Hwy.) for 92.2 km. (57.2 mi.) to the community
of Little Fort. At Little Fort
turn west (left) onto Hwy. #24. Follow Hwy. #24 for about 20 km.
(12.5 mi.). Watch for the Latremouille Lake turn-off which is located
south (left) off Hwy. #24.
1 resort can be found servicing both Latremouille and nearby Lynn
Lake. A small 5 vehicle BCFS campsite with cartop boat launching
can also be found on the lake.
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Report: Good, consistent fishing for Rainbows up to 2-1/2
lbs. Fly fishing can be excellent using Chironomid and Leech patterns.
Many excellent smaller walk-in lakes are located nearby, making
Latremouille a great choice as a base from which you can explore
this superb angling area. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lynn Lake - Lynn Lake, located just west of Latermouille,
is a clear, shallow lake that provides a good fishery of Rainbow
and Brook trout. Expect these fish to reach up to 2 lbs.
Boulder, Club, Dytiscid, Emar, Float, Goose, Grouse, Jim, Laurel,
Richard, Sedge and Thumb Lakes - most of which are
walk-in lakes, are located close-by. The resort keeps boats on
many of these lakes, otherwise a short hike with a belly boat
strapped to your back will get you to some unforgettable fishing.
Ranging in size from pothole to 30 ha. (74 ac.), these lakes produce
Rainbows from 1/2 to 5 lbs. Excellent fly fishing waters with
some lakes producing a good Caddisfly hatch during late June,
early July, for the dry fly enthusiast. No wonder many families
make Latremouille and Lynn Lake their fishing vacation destination.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.