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This is a lake located at about 60km from Kamloops and 40 from Savona which is regularly stocked with rainbow and brook trout. It is a favorite winter destination with many ice fishermen. Its waters are clear and it offers a lot of structure, shallows, drop offs as well as a couple of islands. Trout grow big quickly feeding on the rich aquatic life. There is a boat launch and parking area in the southeast corner. Most of the lands on the eastern side are fenced off and in most places the lake is difficult to fish from shore. Well equiped fly fishermen catch good quantities of quite large brook trout. Small nymphs, shrimp imitations or wooly bugger style flies will get the job done.
From Kamloops the lake can be reached by taking Tranquille road towards Tranquille. Just north of the village the road turns into gravel and climbs up the steep hills on the North shores of Kamloops lake, following the Tranquille river valley. Chains are mandatory in winter. The road is now known as Red lake road and it takes a Northwest direction. Just before the lake there is a T-intersection. Turn left. The lake is a kilometer down the road.
Make sure you have the appropriate equipment for your ice fishing days on the lake; it can be very cold here with temperatures of -15'C and below. The closest other fishing lake in this area is Tranquille lake, which offers rainbow trout and kockanee.