Alice Lake Fishing Report near Brackendale, British Columbia
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Fishing Info for Alice Lake
12/16/2012 9:10 AM
A very popular recreation area Alice Lake revives too much fishing pressure for the trout to grow much above average but, thanks to lots of stocking, you can at least find good numbers of small fish here, perfect for the kids! The best time to fish is in the spring or fall when the trout are closest to shore and are actively feeding. Try casting spoons, live bait, twitch baits, soft plastics, jigs, and spinners. There are no power boats allowed on the lake.
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