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This large, long lake can be reached from the town of Powell
River which is 142 km. (85 mi.) north of the city of Vancouver.
Haslam Lake is in Haslam Lake Provincial Park which is 8 km. (5
mi.) northeast of Powell River on a good road.
Municipal campsite and boat launching are available at the lake.
Full services, facilities and accommodations are available in Powell
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Report: Cutthroat are the main attraction and are reported
to reach over 2 lbs. in this productive lake. Gammarus shrimp are
present and provide a high food source for trout. There are lots
of shallow rearing habitat. Electric motors only. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
This lake has been dammed which has raised the water level.
Lots of snags along the bottom and shoreline. Sand and rock on the
Lake - Inland Lake is 350 ha. (865 ac.) in size and
can be found approximately 12 km. (7.5 mi.) north of the town
of Powell River. It supports moderate numbers of Cutthroat and
Kokanee to 1+ lbs. with occasional larger fish. There are 2 BCFS
campsites located at the lake.
Lake - Powell Lake is a huge reservoir lake, 11,192
ha. (27,656 ac.) in size, located just north of the town of Powell
River. It supports a fishery of Cutthroat, Rainbow, Dolly Varden
and Kokanee. All services and facilities can be found in the towns
of Powell River and Westview.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.