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Located approximately 70 km. (43 mi.) northwest of the town of Princeton.
Travel north from Princeton (or south from the town of Merritt)
on Hwy. #5A. Turn west onto a secondary road found just 1.5 km.
(1 mi.) south of the turn off to Kentucky-Alleyne Lakes. This road
will lead you to Andy Lake, eventually however you will turn off
this road onto another gravel road which will take you north to
Davis, Boss and Tahla Lakes.
Tahla has a small BCFS campsite sitting amidst stands of Lodgepole
pine. Larger campsites can be found at nearby Boss and Davis Lakes.
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Report: First stocked in 1968, Tahla is now being stocked
annually with 2000 yearling Blackwater Rainbows. This is a very
productive fishery, producing trout in the 2+ lb. range. A very
beautiful lake with excellent fishing makes Tahla a great place
to visit. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - Located minutes to the south of Tahla is Boss
Lake. Lying at an elevation of 1052 m. (3451 ft.), Boss has a
surface area of 22 ha. (54 ac.). Stocked with 4000 Blackwater
Rainbows in 1994, this is another lake that supports an excellent
Rainbow fishery managed to provide fishermen with moderate catch
rates for large trout. A 9 vehicle semi-open BCFS campsite with
cartop boat launching can be found at the lake.
Davis Lake - Davis Lake, is situated just south of
Boss. It is roughly the same size as Boss and provides a very
good Rainbow fishery for trout up to 4 lbs. or better. 6000 yearling
Blackwater Rainbow stock were put into Davis in 1994. This lake,
like Tahla and Boss, receives heavy use and is managed for moderate
catch rates and large trout. Davis has a 20 vehicle BCFS campsite
situated in grassland and Douglas fir.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.