Snakehead Lake, BC

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Snakehead Lake
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Location: Access to the lake is a short hike from a picnic area off of Highway 28, approximately 30 km (18.6 miles) southwest of Campbell River.

Size 20.2 ha. (49.89 ac) Shoal 20.2 ha. (49.89 ac)
Mean Depth 3.5 m. (11.48 ft) Max. Depth 9 m. (29.52 ft.)
Game Fish Cutthroat Fish Stocked Cutthroat
Angler Usage Moderate Elevation 283 m. (928.24 ft.)
Ice Over Varies with climate condition T.D.S. 26 mg/l

Resorts & Campsites: Although no campsites are provided, wilderness camping is permitted. A car top boat launch is available.

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Fishing Report: The best fishing for the abundant cutthroat trout is during April-June and September-October.
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Nearby Lakes

Beavertail and Gooseneck Lakes - Nearby Beavertail and Gooseneck Lakes provide excellent fishing for cutthroat and rainbow trout, which are stocked regularly. Dolly Varden and kokanee are resident.

Drum Lake - Drum Lake is stocked with cutthroat and rainbow trout and provides excellent fishing in the spring and fall months.

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

For Information Contact:
Vancouver Island North Visitors Association,
Box 1755, Port McNeill, B.C. Canada
TEL. (250) 949-7622 • Fax (250) 949-6653


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