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Lake Koocanusa is located west of Highway 3/93 with the best access
being from Kikomun Creek Provincial Park.
Over 100 R.V. and tenting sites are available at Kikomun Creek Provincial
Park on Lake Koocanusa. The park is also able to accommodate a large
number of picnicers and day visitors. Private facilities are also
available on Lake Koocanusa.
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Report: Lake Koocanusa was formed by the Libby Dam in
1972 and varies drastically in size from river size until mid-May
or June and much larger through September. Whitefish and burbot
are resident in the lake and Kokanee,
yellowstone cutthroat and Gerrard strain rainbow
trout are stocked here, all reaching good sizes. Trolling with
baited or small silver and red lures are the most popular methods
used by anglers. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - Surveyor's Lake is noted for its abundant brook
trout and Rosen and McBaines Lakes near Jaffrey and Tiny North
Star Lake for their rainbow trout population. The numerous painted
turtles at Hidden Lake are worth seeing. Farther south are Edwards
and Loon lakes which are renowned for their large rainbow trout
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.