Monticola Lake, British Columbia

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Monticola Lake
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Location: 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. Stay on Hwy. #24 until you get to TaWeel Road. Turn north (right) onto TaWeel Road and drive north until you get to Blowdown Road. Turn west (left) on Blowdown Road and drive for about 14 km. (9 mi.) to Monticola Lake.

Size 74.2 ha. (183.3 ac.) Shoal Data not Available
Mean Depth Data not Available Max. Depth 29 m. (95 ft.)
Game Fish Rainbow Trout Fish Stocked None
Angler Usage Moderate Elevation 1326 m. (4349 ft.)
Ice Over October to mid May T.D.S. 209 mg/L

Resorts & Campsites: There are no developed campsites, however there are many BCFS campsites and resorts in the Hwy. #24 area.

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Fishing Report: Considered a very good fly fishing lake with rainbows reaching into the 3 lb. class. Monticola is a consistent producer throughout the fishing season.
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Viewscape: Hilly terrain with forest consisting of Engelman spruce, Lodgepole pine and Balsam fir.

Nearby Lakes

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.

Arrowhead, Gourd, Blowdown, Lance, Brian, Hourglass, Pioneer, Johnny, Windfall, Randy, Francis, Bear Trap, Lorenzo, Heather, Heidi, Popcorn and Gammarus are some of the great fishing lakes in the nearby area. Many of these can be accessed by 2wd truck, and 4x4's, however some are hike-in lakes. A quick stop at Little Fort for up to date fishing and road conditions is recommended. These are exceptional lakes offering a variety of fishing experiences. Rainbows range in size from 1/2 lb. to 5+ lbs. Fly fishing can be tremendous especially dry fly action during the late June, early July Caddisfly hatch.

Note: Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start fishing a new lake.


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Monticola Lake, British Columbia