Anderson Creek Fishing Hot Spots and Area Details near McLeod Lake, British Columbia

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Fishing Hot Spots near Anderson Creek

  "sad to see but again in 15 years the farmers have taken the lake to very low water level an thus the fish will die...." Beaton Lake

  "me and my family went fishing at scuitto lake in early march for the kids spring break the ice was about 80 ft off shore and the fishing was crazy i've never caught so..." Scuitto Lake

  "Is this lake winter killed cause I know few years back it was just..." Ernest Lake

  "Winterkill has been a problem in the past, but the aeration system that was installed and the yearly stocking program are doing a lot to keep the fishery strong. Fishing..." Lady King Lake

  "Rainbows up to 2lbs provide good fishing in Square Lake. The scenery here is absolutely gorgeous...." Square Lake

  "Pinaus Lake is 162 ha with a max depth of 58 m and a mean depth of 22 m. Fishing pressure is high for stocked rainbow trout up to 5lbs. Despite the pressure, Pinaus is..." Pinaus Lake

  "Average fishing for rainbows up to 2lbs is what Joyce Lake has to offer. There is a small BCFS campsite on the lake to provide access and a place to spend the night...." Joyce Lake

  "Pillar Lake is 43 ha with a max depth of 15.8 m and a mean depth of 8.2 m. Fishing pressure is low to moderate for stocked rainbow trout that are common up to 2+ lbs...." Pillar Lake

  "Any word on whether the ice has come off yet?..." Fred Lake

  "Tyner Lake is 24 ha. Fishing pressure is moderate for stocked rainbows up to 3lbs. Match the hatch around wooded structure. Before you fish here, you may want to call..." Tyner Lake

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About Fishing Hot Spots and Area Details for Anderson Creek near McLeod Lake

So you're interested in fishing Anderson 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 Anderson 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 Anderson Creek enter the 50.541668 latitude, and -120.25 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