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Augier is located approximately 40 km. (25 mi.) north of the town
of Burns Lake, in-between Pinkut
and Babine lakes. Follow the Babine Lake
Road north off Hwy. #16. A few miles past Pinkut Lake you will
turn east (right) off the road to Babine Lake onto a well marked,
good gravel road leading to a BCFS campsite on Augier.
Located on the east end of the lake is a 8 vehicle BCFS campsite
with cartop boat launching and an attractive beach area for swimming.
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Report: Augier is a popular destination and contains
good Rainbow and Lake Char populations. Fishing is considered
good and consistent throughout the open water season. Trolling
with various kinds of spoons, plugs, flatfish and spinning gear
is the most productive method of fishing this lake. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - Babine, a huge lake over 200 km. (124
mi.) long features Rainbow trout up to 12+ lbs., Lake Char to
30+ lbs. and Cutthroats
to 2+ lbs. Babine is also a nursery lake for both Steelhead
trout and Pacific Salmon which migrate from the Pacific Ocean,
at Prince Rupert, up the Skeena River and then finally up the
Babine River to the lake. Of course the Babine River is legendary
for its huge Steelhead during the fall months, and is definitely
one of those once in a life time trips. Campsites and boat launching
can be found at many areas along the lake, however if you are
in the Augier Lake area, access to Babine Lake can be found
just north of Pinkut and Augier lakes.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.