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Located approximately 29 km. (18 mi.) north of the town of Princeton.
From Princeton travel north on Hwy. #5A (from Merritt travel south
on Hwy. #5A) for 29 km. (18 mi.). Allison is found on the west side
of Hwy. #5A.
Campsites and boat launch are available at Allison Lake Provincial
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Report: Managed as a high use lake, Allison was stocked
with 10,000 Pennask stock Rainbows in 1994. It provides a good summer
and winter Rainbow fishery for trout up to 3-1/2 lbs. Trolling small
lures, and spinning gear is very popular, however fly fishermen
also do well. Allison hosts a good population of Gammarus Shrimp. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - Stringer Lake with a surface area of 8 ha.
(20 ac.) is found about 2 km. (1.2 mi.) east of Allison off Hwy.
#5A. The access road is rough so a 4wd may be necessary. Stringer
provides a Rainbow fishery with trout reaching up to 2 lbs. A
small BCFS campsite is located at the lake. Rampart Lake, is located
southeast of Stringer. The best access is via the Summers Creek
Road off of Hwy. #5A just north of Princeton. A branch road off
the Summers Creek Road will take you to the lake. The road is
rough and a truck is recommended.
Lake - A small 12 ha. (30 ac.) fly only lake, Rampart
produces Rainbows up to 5 lbs. Two small BCFS campsites with cartop
boat launching are located at the lake.
Lake - Dry Lake with a surface area of 36 ha. (89
ac.), lying at an elevation of 793 m. (2601 ft.) is managed for
large quality trout. This lake produces excellent fish and stocking
has been increased to 8,000 yearling Pennask Rainbows annually
to keep up with increasing traffic on the lake. 1 resort can be
found at the lake along with camping, swimming beaches, and boat
Lake - Dry Lake is found on the west side of Hwy.
#5A, just south of Allison Lake.
Lake - Laird Lake is located 2 km. (1.2 mi.) south
of Dry on Hwy. #5A. It has a surface area of 31 ha. (77 ac.) and
supports good populations of Rainbows up to 1-1/2 lbs. Brook trout
are also found in good numbers. In 1994, 3,000 yearling Pennask
Rainbows were put into Laird. Cartop boat launching is available
at the lake.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.