Algard Creek Fishing Hot Spots and Area Details near Redonda Bay, British Columbia

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Fishing Hot Spots near Algard Creek

  "Average rainbows to 2.5 lbs make up the fishery of Deer Lake..." Deer Lake

  "Welcome lake is 5 ha with a max depth of 3.5 m and a mean depth of 1.5 m. Fishing pressure is high for the stocked rainbow and cutthroat trout. Motors are banned, but..." Welcome Lake

  "Wild rainbow and cutthroat trout make up the average fishery of Stella Lake...." Stella Lake

  "Average fishing for average cutthroat trout and Dolly Varden...." Pye Lake

  "McCreight Lake is 272 ha with a max depth of 55 m and a mean depth of 31.4 m. The lake is stocked with cutthroat and rainbow trout. Dolly Varden are found here..." McCreight Lake

  "Brewster Lake boasts a BCFS camping area, a boat launch, and regular stocking of rainbow and cutthroat trout. It might not be the best lake on Vancouver Island, but it..." Brewster Lake

  "621 ha Mohun Lake supports a nice fishery of Dolly Varden, rainbow and cutthroat trout. The fishing is good, but not amazing...." Mohun Lake

  "When you fish Paterson Lake don't expect to hook a lot of trout. That trout you do hook will most likely be big though. Paterson Lake is a trophy fishery that supports..." Paterson Lake

  "Farewell Lake is 32.82 ha with a max depth of 12 m and a mean depth of 5 m. Fishing pressure is relatively high. Fishing is best in April-June and September-October...." Farewell Lake

  "Before you go fishing in Crescent Lake you should know that all trout must be released, bait is banned, and you can only use lures with single barbless hook...." Crescent Lake

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About Fishing Hot Spots and Area Details for Algard Creek near Redonda Bay

So you're interested in fishing Algard Creek. As fishermen, we know there are times when our favorite spots are just not active so we built our Hot Spots feature to show you where the fish are biting in the area of Algard Creek. Now you'll know where catches are being recorded in the general area, and you can plan your day on the water. Check out our Fishing Times tab to determine when the fish will be most active. To find Algard Creek enter the 50.600834 latitude, and -124.839165 longitude coordinates into your GPS device or smart phone. If you need fishing tackle, or are looking for a fishing guide or fishing charter please visit Tackle, Guides, Charters