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From Anahim Lake, which is 322 km (199.64 mi) from Williams
Lake on Highway 20, go north towards the Dean River. This 4.02
km (2 1/2 mile) long lake, which is also vital for waterfowl, is
located past Abuntlet Lake.
A cleared area for boat launching is located at the north end of
the lake. Nearest facilities and services are located at Anahim
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Report: An excellent lake for wild stock rainbows. Sizes
range from 2 to 4 pounds, although they can be much larger. Since
most of the lake is shoal area, and the maximum depth is only ten
feet, this lake is ideal for fly fishing. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lessard Lake is nestled in gently rolling terrain which is covered
with a dense forest of spruce and lodgepole pine although aspen
is quite evident closer to the lake.
The dirt shoreline is covered with low plants. Extensive weed beds
dot the shoreline. A long marsh at the south end marks an inlet
with a gravelly bottomed outlet at the north end.