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Great Beaver Lake
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Location: Located approximately 105 km. (65 mi.) northwest of the city of Prince George. From Prince George travel north on Hwy. #97 North. Turn west (left) onto Chief Lake Road. Great Beaver is found by travelling via Chief Lake and Teardrop roads. Signs are posted along the way.

Size Data not Available Shoal Data not Available
Mean Depth Data not Available Max. Depth Data not Available
Game Fish Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden Fish Stocked None
Angler Usage Low Elevation 772 m. (2532.16 ft.)
Ice Over November to Mid-April T.D.S. 94 mg/L.

Resorts & Campsites: A BCFS campsite can be found on the south shore near the east end of the lake. A boat launch is present.

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Fishing Report: This large lake contains Dolly Varden, Kokanee, Lake Whitefish and Mountain Whitefish however it's Rainbow up to 4+ lbs. that most people are interested in. Trolling with plugs, spoons, and spinning gear are the most popular methods used on Great Beaver, but fly fishermen also do quite well.
Be sure to visit Fishbc.com for angling information!

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

 



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