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superjoe

trying to plan a hiking/fishing trip this year. Anybody have any recomendations on where to go. looking to do a one or two day hike into a good fishing lake for a few days.
fisher 696

Widgeon Lake would suit yer needs. It is located near Pitt Lake and is known for having some of the best fishing around Vancouver. It is a bit difficult to get to and therefore does not get any fishing pressure.
coto

im sure you have to take a canoe to get through widgeon creek , after that its a three hour hike
coto

ive never been there but chances are its frozen over now
roxyhound

If you are willing to drive a few hours, Cathedral Lakes is one of the best hike-in fishing spots in southern BC. There are plenty of lakes to choose from and the scenery is second to none. The turn-off is about 5 minutes West of Keremeos.

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