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At Williams Lake turn west
on Hwy 20. Continue approx. 97 km (60 mi) to Hanceville (a.k.a.
Lee's Corner). Turn south off Hwy 20. Travel 4.67 km (2.9 mi), crossing
the bridge over the Chilcotin River. Take the Taseko Lake Road and
follow it for about 85 km (52.7 mi). Then take the Big Lake/Konni
Lake Road and follow it for another 23 km (14.26 mi) to Konni Lake.
No resorts and no organized campsites at the lake, but the Chilko
Lake BCFS campground is just a few miles down the road. It is an
8 vehicle camp with picture postcard views of Chilko Lake and the
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Report: Wild Rainbows average 1½ lbs with some up to
5 lbs or better. Trolling is the preferred method, however, spinning
gear and fly fishermen also take their share. Fishing remains good
from May through October. Boaters should be aware that strong winds
are common in this area. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Very mountainous. The north side of the lakes has bare slopes, with
some Douglas Fir. The south side of the lake is heavily forested
with spruce and pine.
Consists of large boulders with alders.
Lake - Situated about 16 km (9.92 mi) southeast of
the Taseko River bridge, this small lake is an excellent producer
of small wild stock rainbows. Considered a good starter lake for
children. Kids won't get bored for lack of fish. There is a small
BCFS campsite with a great view of Anvil Mountain. Cartoppers
and canoes can be launched from this site.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.