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From the city of Kamloops travel
west on Hwy. #1 (Trans Canada Hwy.) for 11.4 km. (7.1 mi.). Turn
south onto the Coquihalla Hwy. (Hwy. #5). Take exit 336 off Hwy.
#5 and turn west (right) heading towards the town of Logan
Lake. About 1.6 km. (1 mi.) west of the road heading south to
Surrey Lake, you will come to the Paska Lake Road. Turn north (right)
on this road and follow it past Paska and
Dominic Lake, watching for signs leading you to Dairy Lake. The
Dairy Lake area can also be accessed by turning south (left) off
Hwy. #1, 8 km. (5 mi.) west of Hwy. #5 and Hwy. #1 interchange,
onto the Greenstone Mountain Road.
Dairy has 2 BCFS campsites with a total of 13 vehicle sites and
cartop boat launching.
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Report: Dairy is sometimes subjected to winterkill, however
when this condition is absent for a couple years fishing can be
very exciting. Stocked with Rainbows annually, these trout will
often reach 3 lbs. or larger. Dairy, because of its elevation, fishes
well throughout the summer months. 3 small unnamed lakes can be
found near Dairy and are well worth your time to try them out because
the rewards could be great. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Duffy Lake - Duffy Lake, a small lake of 23 ha. (57
ac.), at an elevation of 1160 m. (3805 ft.), is located about
5 km. (3 mi.) northwest of Dairy. Extensive shoal areas extend
from the shoreline and then drops off to a deep centre. Duffy
is stocked yearly with Rainbows and is considered a very good
family lake that will often produce trout up to 3 lbs. The lake
has a 30 vehicle BCFS campsite with cartop boat launching. Dominic
Lake, located just south of Dairy Lake, is 35 ha. (86 ac.) in
size and lies at an elevation of 1525 m. (5002 ft.). A resort
with cabins can be found on the lake. Rainbows are stocked annually
and fishing action for smaller trout is fast and consistent throughout
the summer months. See also Tunkwa Lake
and Paska Lake.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.