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jd1455

Hey. I have never fished either of these lakes. I have a 14 foot boat and I want to take my son fishing somewhere close. Can anyone tell me where to fish on these lakes and what to use.

Thanks
Fishn4Fun

Both of these lakes are hard to fish IMO.
But Pitt Lake would my choice of the two. Down the lake from the boat lunch to the left you will find a small slough on the right side. I have fished there and caught a nice fresh water trout. There isent allot of fish there persay, but the fish do come around there to eat ect. So you could get lucky and find one passing through. Either cast a wedding band with worm towards the mouth or troll a fly arond the area.
Alouette: Fish on the right side of the boat lunch down the lake. Whatever kind of gear your using just make sure you get it down low. Or park your boat next to the shore in a rocky bay and cast towards the deep, let sink - reel in. Its a pretty hard lake to fish.
BaitFisher

I think Allouette would be better. However, you have to get your gear down deep as the NPM and squawfish can be a problem this time of year. I've down well this summer using a willow leaf and wedding band setup trolled deep on the far side of the lake.
acehook

I haven't been this year but in the past i would go up the lake(alouette) to the narrows(10 min in small boat) and tie off to a log across from the beach, there is one that comes out on an angle(thats the one). i would always try other areas but would end up here it is a very productive place. average fish 10"-12" and a few bigger. its a garenteed spot. tie off to the log, cast out about 20-25 ' ....let it sink ....reel...
fisher 696

Google ...Pitt River Lodge.... Read about the wonders in our back yard. Oh yeah.....shhhhh.
cagey

look at all the recent posts on kokes in the allouette.
as for pitt lk there are lots of fish in the lk but it can get awful rough for a 14 ft. boat. the super fishing is in the river at the far end of the pitt.......i wouldn't try getting there in a 14 ft but some may disagree. the guides use jets to go up the river to where the fishing is.check out sts guideing website for some details on the upper pitt.
i'd suugest you stick to allouette and catch those delicious kokes
jd1455

Those Kokes do look good. Are you the one who posted the way to catch them? If so any other good advice...where to go on the lake?

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