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From the town of Houston travel west on Hwy. #16. Turn south (left)
onto the Morice River Forest Service Road. Stay on this road until
you get to the Morice-Owen Forest Service Road. Turn left and
travel south past Owen Lake. Turn west
(right) onto the Morice-Tahtsa Road which will lead you to another
branch road taking you to the BCFS campsite on the east end of
A small BCFS campsite is located on the lake.
Report: The lake supports good populations of Rainbow
trout and Lake Char. The most popular methods used to catch Rainbows
up to 3-1/2 lbs. are trolling with lures and spinning gear. Fly
fishing has also been successful. Large spoons and plugs, trolled
deep, is your best bet for large Lake Char which are capable of
reaching 25+ lbs. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
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Lake - Nadina, an excellent wild Rainbow lake, is
located just south of Tagetochlain. Famous for its wild Rainbow
trout which sometimes reach 10+ lbs., Nadina also contains good
populations of Kokanee. However it's the large Rainbow that
fishermen are after and it is best accomplished by trolling
with spoons, plugs or spinners, however don't forget the fly,
as many large Rainbow have fallen prey to a well dressed Doc
Lake - Newcombe Lake, southwest of Tagetochlain,
is also well known for its excellent wild Rainbow fishery and
should definitely be fished while visiting this area.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.