on the moose on the left for complete BC travel information.
From the city of Prince George
travel north on Hwy. #97 for approximately 145 km. (90 mi.). Turn
west (left) onto the Carp-Tsilcoh Road and follow it for 28 km.
(17 mi.) to the Carp Lake Provincial
Carp Lake Provincial Park, with over 100 campsites, is located at
the north end of the lake. The park also has picnicking and day
use facilities, a sani-station, a swimming and beach area, a boat
launch, and hiking/walking trails.
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Report: Carp Lake supports a productive Rainbow fishery
for trout up to 6+ lbs. Fly fishing, trolling, and spinning all
do well on this beautiful, island studded lake. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - Turner, is a small lake of 38.7 ha. (96 ac.),
located about 20 km. (12 mi.) northwest of Carp Lake. Turner contains
Rainbows up to 2+ lbs. A small, open BCFS campsite with cartop
boat launching is present.
Munlo Lake - A small BCFS campsite can be found at
Munlo Lake, found on the same road halfway between Carp and Turner.
War Lake - War Lake is 149.91 ha. (370 ac.) in size
and is situated 23 km. (14 mi.)from Hwy. #97 on the Carp-Tsilcoh
Road. War is reported to contain Rainbow trout to 2+ lbs. Campsites
are found at nearby Carp Lake Provincial Park.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.