The B.C. interior is a outdoor-lover's dream, with plenty of lakes and rivers calling to the avid fisher. Come explore!
Kamloops' kokanee Lakes
Located on Hwy 97 this popular kokanee fishing lake is only 35 min from Kamloops.
Just 45 min from Kamloops, this lake is new to the kokanee fishery and is producing well.
Once famous for its large trout, this lake is now better known for its quality kokanee fishery.
Nestled between rocky cliffs and mountains, this lake can provide non-stop kokanee action.
Better known for its hike to a unique stone pillar, Pillar Lake is new to the Kokanee fishery.
This popular tourist attraction is a boater's paradise, with several hot spots for the kokanee fisher.
NON STOCKED LAKES CONTAINING KOKANEE
Kamloops' Youth/Disabled Accompanied Lakes
Located near the popular Roche Lake, Tulip Lake is a 45 minute drive from Kamloops. Tulip Lake can produce large rainbow trout.
Rose Lake is a 45 minute drive from Kamloops. Catching fish here is almost a sure thing in the spring through fall.
Isobel Lake is a 45 minute drive from Kamloops. This lake offers camping, walking trails and good rainbow fishing.
Accessible lakes with fishing docks
Edith Lake is close to Kamloops. It offers good fishing, and is great for kayaking and paddle boarding.