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From Kamloops head west on
the Trans Canada hwy (hwy #1) for 11.4 km. (7.1 miles). Immediately
after leaving Kamloops turn south (left) onto the Lac le Jeune road.
Stay on this road until you reach Jacko Lake turn off (about 10
minutes from hwy #1). Turn east (left) and follow this dirt road
about 1.6 km. (1 mile) to the lake.
No resorts. All services and facilities can be found in the nearby
city of Kamloops. There is, however, a day use area with boat launching.
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Report: Jacko was once legendary for huge fish, it now
produces catches of rainbow up to 4 lbs. Low elevation and hot summers
mean that this lake fishes best during the spring and fall months.
Jacko often rewards fly fishers in the early evening; casting along
the drop-offs close to shore. Leech, and nymph patterns are very
successful. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Located in gentle rolling hills of open range land of sage, bunchgrass
and pine. A beautiful setting especially in the early evenings of
the warm summer months when the sun sets can be spectacular. A great
lake to fish during a full moon.
Open land gently sloped right to the lakeshore which is rimmed with
tules. The lake bottom consists mostly of black organic matter.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.