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Author Topic: What lakes in the Lower Mainland offer boat rentals?
mboy

I would like to do some fishing with my uncle but we don't have floats etc...
apex

Buntzen lake has canoe rentals which are available at the Anmore Store located on Sunnyside Road outside the gates. Call 604 469-9928 for rentals. BUT, check if the lake is open, I've heard someone mention they're doing construction work this summer.

There is a similar shop at Belcarra, but thats tidal. http://www.takayatours.com/contact.html
Sailfish

Cultus Lake has boat rentals, speed boat style. At Sasquatch park, there is normally a guy there that will rent out canoes for use in the lakes there: Deer, Hicks.
trout dog

Weaver lake has a few boats to rent.

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