Resorts, campsites and boat launches can be found at the lake. All
services and accommodations can also be found at nearby Mission.
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Report: Not known as a great fishing lake, Hatzic does
however support Rainbow, Cutthroat, Black Crappie, juvenile Coho
and Sturgeon. Rainbows are the most numerous and will reach up to
1 lb. It is best fished during fall and early spring. Hatzic is
better known for waterskiing and swimming and receives heavy use
during the summer months. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - Davis Lake, a small lake of 32 ha. (74 ac.),
is found north of Hatzic in the Davis Lake Provincial Park. Turn
off Hwy. #7 onto Sylvestor Road (just east of Hatzic) and travel
north until you get to the lake. Lying at an elevation of 166
m. (545 ft.), Davis is a Cutthroat stocked lake and is best fished
during fall and spring. The Cutthroat will reach up to 1 lb. Kokanee
are also present in the lake. Rough camping areas are available
and cartop boats can be launched easily.
& Kenyon Lake - By continuing north past Davis Lake
you can reach Salsbury Lake. 79 ha. (195 ac.) in size and lying
at an elevation of 409 m. (1341 ft.), Salsbury is stocked with
Rainbow and Kokanee that average 1 lb. A BCFS campsite can be
found at the lake. Kenyon, is a small lake of 26 ha. (64 ac.)
lying approximately 5 km. (3.1 mi.) north of Salsbury at an elevation
of 700 m. (2296 ft.). Kenyon has been stocked with Rainbow trout.
A BCFS campsite is available and cartop boats can be launched.
The road to Salsbury and Kenyon is rough and a truck or 4x4 is
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.