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From Kamloops travel west
on the Trans Canada (hwy #1) for 11.4 kms. (7.1 miles) and then
turn south onto the Coquihalla hwy (hwy#5). Travel south on the
Coquihalla until you reach the town of Merrit. Corbett is located
on the left hand side of hwy 5A to Princeton approximately 18.4
kms. (11.4 miles) southeast from the centre of Merrit.
1 lodge with cabins and boats is located at the south end of the
lake. If you visit the lodge make sure you sample it's exquisite
cuisine, some of the finest in the province.
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Report: With lots of aquatic insect life including
an excellent spring chironomid hatch along with a good mayfly
hatch makes this small lake a great choice for fly fishers. Corbett
is a consistent producer of rainbows in the 1 lb. range with some
going to 3 lbs. or larger. This is a quality fly only lake. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Corbett is situated on the Thompson Plateau amongst gently rolling
grassy hills. The areas to the west of the lake are sparsely treed,
mainly in douglas
fir, while to the east it is composed mainly of grass areas
with patches of aspen and areas of mixed ponderosa
pine, douglas fir and lodgepole
Consists mainly of eroded till which supports willows and sedges
forming a riparian fringe around most of the lake. Large areas
of emergient and submerged aquatic vegetation are found in the
Lake - Courtney Lake at an elevation of 1045 m.
(3428 ft.) with a size of 60 ha. (148 ac.) is located on hwy
5A just south of Corbett. With many shoal areas and lots of
aquatic insect life Courtney seems to be made for the fly fishers.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.