Kootenay Lake, BC, is over 100 km (62 mi) long with access from
Kaslo, Crawford Bay, Boswell and
several other points along BC Highway 31. Campgrounds with all facilities
and various resorts are located along the lake.
Kootenay Lake provides good fishery for Gerrard strain rainbow trout
of up to 10 kg (22 lb), Yellowstone cutthroat, large Kokanee
and Dolly Varden
weighing up to 12 kg (26 lb). Fly fishing in the late summer with
floating line and Tom Thumb or hopper pattern near creek mouths
is particularily productive. The Yellowstone cutthroat is more common
in the southern end of Kootenay Lake whereas the north end of the
lake is good for kokanee. Sheltered Crawford Bay provides excellent
fishery for Gerrard rainbows, bull trout and largemouth bass.
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