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Access to this lake is a short drive either south from the ferry
slip at Earl's Cove (6.5 km./4.3 mi.) or north from the community
of Madeira Park, both communities are on Hwy. #101 on the scenic
Camping, boat launching, cabins and a motel are available at the
lake. Services and facilities can be found at Madeira Park and Sechelt.
There is a provincial campsite right on the ocean, south of Madeira
Park at Halfmoon Bay.
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Report: Ruby supports a Cutthroat and Kokanee fishery.
The size for the Cutthroat is usually about 1 lb. but there are
reports of them reaching to 3 lbs. Spring, fall and winter are the
best months for fishing. Consult your regulations as there are special
restrictions. A spawning channel was constructed in 1968 on the
lake outlet. Ruby is a very popular summer lake providing vacationers
with excellent swimming areas and water skiing. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
(Killarney), north, and Waugh (Worm) Lakes - Klein
(Killarney), north, and Waugh (Worm) Lakes, all small lakes that
support moderate numbers of small Cutthroat that reach up to 1-1/2
lbs. A BCFS campsite can be found on Klein Lake. Full services
and accommodations can also be found in the many nearby communities
on Sechelt Peninsula.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.