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Rolley Lake, British Columbia, located in Rolley Lake Provincial
Park. Rolley Lake Provincial Park is 23 km (13.8 miles) northwest
of Mission, BC. Take Highway
7 to Maple Ridge and turn north at 287th Street. Turn right onto
Dewdney Trunk Road and then turn left onto Bell Road and drive north
to the park.
small (115 ha./284 ac.) Rolley Lake Provincial Park contains a wide
range of recreational activities suitable for the entire family,
from toddlers to seniors. While set in a wilderness setting it is
still close to urban areas.
Rolley Lake Provincial Park campsite has 65 sites; nestled in the
trees and close to the lake, is open from early spring to late fall.
Nearby trails, boat launch, picnic areas and beach provide activities
for the entire family, there is even an amphitheatre to provide
entertainment and education. Accommodations, facilities and services
are available in Mission and Maple Ridge.
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Report: Rolley Lake is suitable for fishing by everyone
from youngsters to the expert. The variety of fish provide a challenge
for different types of fishing. Trolling, without a motor, or casting
from shore from the many trails that allow you access to the water,
are both popular fishing methods. Depending on your style of fishing,
there is deep water at the north end and a shallow south end, with
swamps and mud providing a haven for feeding trout. The aggressive
stocking of Rainbow (50,000 since 1986) plus the many "resident"
fish increase your chances on your fishing expedition. Trout are
small, usually in the 1/2-1 lb. range.
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for angling information!
The area of the park is a predominantly flat, wilderness area blanketed
in a lush growth of tall, second growth conifers.
Swampy and muddy areas in the southern part. The shoreline is fairly
flat in most areas allowing for easy access.
Devil's Lake - Devil's Lake, 46 ha. (114 ac.) in size
is located north of Rolley and provides the fisherman with a fair
Cutthroat fishery for trout up to 1 lb.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.