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From the town of Merritt
travel south on Hwy. #5A. Thalia is accessed by turning west (right)
off Hwy. #5A onto a secondary road which will lead you past Lodwick
Lake. There are lots of lakes in this area with many interconnecting
roads. Watch for signs leading to the lake of your choice. Thalia
can also be found by travelling north on Hwy. #5A from the town
of Princeton. Trucks are recommended
for the last 1 km. of road to the lake.
One 2 vehicle treed BCFS campsite is located on the north side of
the lake, while the south side has a 5 vehicle semi-open BCFS campsite.
Cartop boat launching is available. Also, there are many other campgrounds
available on other nearby lakes.
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Report: Thalia provides a very good Rainbow fishery for
trout that average in the 1-3 lb. range. However this lake is also
well known for its large fish as well. Rainbows up to 22 lbs. have
been caught. Considered a high priority quality lake, Thalia was
first stocked in 1942 and in 1994 received a total of 7000 Pennask/Hatheume
all female Rainbows. A beautiful setting, good fishing and with
access to other great nearby lakes makes Thalia Lake an excellent
choice for your fishing and camping vacation. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Havey-Hall, Hornet, Kump, Lodwick, Robertson and Stoney are just
some of the high priority, quality lakes in this area. This very
scenic area with excellent camping gets heavy use, however these
lakes are managed well and provides fishermen with a great Rainbow
fishery. A variety of fishing experiences with trout ranging from
1-6 lbs. and larger can be found in this Thalia Lake area. Most
lakes have BCFS campsites with cartop boat launching. If you are
planning a family fishing vacation, Thalia Lake area is definitely
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.