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From the city of Kamloops,
travel 27 km. (17 mi.) on Hwy. #1 (Trans Canada Hwy.). Turn south
(right) onto Hwy. #97 at the Monte Creek junction. Travel till you
reach Westwold. When leaving Westwold, you only have to travel a
very short distance before coming to the Pinaus Lake Resort sign
on the right side of Hwy 97. (There are two roads off Hwy 97 that
will take you to Pinaus Lake please take the first one when coming
from Westwold, as the second road is not maintained.) Follow signs
along Ingrim road to Pinaus Lake Resort.
leaving Falkland to Pinaus
Lake turn left off Hwy 97 just before reaching Westwold. (There
are two roads that will take you to Pinaus Lake please take the
second road as this road is maintained.) Follow signs along Ingrim
road to Pinaus Lake Resort.
A resort is located on the lake along with a large 25 vehicle BCFS
campsite with a good cartop boat launch.
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Report: Pinaus Lake supports a good Rainbow fishery for
trout up to 5 lbs. This high use lake is heavily stocked to provide
good numbers of trout. In 1994 50,000 Rainbows including 17,000
Gerrard Rainbow were introduced to the lake. Pinuas is a good quality
lake, managed to produce good quantities of large sized Rainbow. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - Square Lake is 10 ha. (24.7 ac.) in size and
is located 1 km. (0.62 mi.) east of Pinaus. This small lake supports
a good Rainbow fishery for trout up to 2 lbs. Managed as a good
quality water, Square Lake is situated amidst beautiful surroundings
and like Pinaus is considered an excellent fly fishing lake. A
small 7 vehicle BCFS is available at the lake. Cartop boat launching
is difficult, but possible. Little Pinaus, another small lake,
is found just 1.5 km. (0.9 mi.) to the southeast of Pinaus Lake.
Rainbows to 2 lbs. are caught with flies or by trolling small
lures, flatfish, or spinning gear. A 3 vehicle BCFS campsite with
good cartop boat launching is available.
King Lake - Lady King Lake, is a small lake 6 ha.
(14.8 ac.) in size and lies at an elevation of 1036 m. (3398 ft.).
The maximum depth is 7 m. (23 ft.) and the mean depth is 3.5 m.
(10 ft.). Lady King is within walking distance, just west of Pinaus.
Winterkill can be a problem, however aeration systems have been
installed and management plans call for 4000 Rainbows to be stocked
annually. A quality fly only lake, Lady King supports an excellent
Rainbow fishery for trout up to 3+ lbs. Camping is available at
Pinaus, Little Pinaus and Square lakes.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.