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From 100 Mile House, proceed
north on Highway 97, turn east on the Forest Grove/Canim Lake Road.
At Forest Grove turn right onto the Canim Lake Road. Approximately
12 km from Forest Grove turn right onto the Canim Lake South Road
(aka 8100 Road/Mahood Lake Road). Follow the south side of Canim
Lake and then branch south (right) on the Bowers
Lake forest access road. After 10 km (6.2 mi) take a right fork
which you will follow up hill for another 6 km (3.7 mi.). 2 wheel
drive access. This road can be difficult when wet.
Forest Service Recreation Site only. Unserviced campsites for 15
RV's. Rough boat launch and ample day use parking. Outhouses. No
private resorts or campgrounds. No beach, dock or picnic tables.
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Report: Good to excellent rainbow fishing. This previously
barren lake has been hatchery stocked and will produce rainbows
to 5 plus pounds, with 2 pounds being the average. Spectacular shoals
off the campsite area make for tremendous mayfly hatches. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Very scenic lake located on a mountain top. Surrounded by forested
hills. Large island (600m x 200m) located in the center of the lake.
Logging is visible from the lake and the campsite is located on
a former logging landing.
A medium size (3km x 1km) lake, surrounded by spruce, pine, fir
and some aspen. A clear lake appearing light to dark green in color.
Weeds are present at the edge and in shallow spots, being reed,
grass, and bottom cover type.