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At Williams Lake, turn west
onto Hwy 20 and follow it to the small community of Tatla
Lake. Turn south onto the Tatlayoko Lake Road, and then turn
west (right) onto the West Branch Road. Stay on this road (past
the Sapeye Lake turnoff) and it will take you to a large BCFS campsite
on the south end of Horn Lake.
No resorts but Horn has the largest and most developed BCFS campsite
in the Chilcotin, with 14 gravelled sites at lakeside, boat launch
and parking area.
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Report: 3 lb. rainbows are caught on the fly, trolling
or by using spinning gear. Horn is a very popular lake which produces
consistantly right through the season. Other excellent fishing
lakes are close by. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Mountainous and heavily forested with Lodgepole pine and Douglas
Rocky shoreline with low overhanging alder and poplar, many dead
snags are found along the shore.
Lake Sapeye Lake, located almost immediately across
the road from Horn has a BCFS campsite on it's north end. Caution:
the road is not suitable for trailers, as there is no turn
around. An excellent fly-only lake with wild stock rainbows averaging
3 lbs. (with many going much larger). Bull trout up to 6 lbs.
are not unusual. A very pretty lake with mountian views.
Lake Bluff Lake, just a couple of kms. south of Sapeye,
is another great lake. With Bull trout to 10 lbs. and rainbows
in the 2 to 3 lb. range, Bluff is a consistent producer. There
is a small day-use BCFS recreation site which offers an outstanding
mountain viewscape besides the great fishing in the area.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.