Angus Creek Fishing Hot Spots near Marysville, British Columbia

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Fishing Hot Spots near Angus Creek

  "My family and I really enjoy fishing Haha Lake near Wardner - It has a little of everything in there from little Perch to some decent sized Bass. There are Rainbows and..." Haha Lake

  "Elizabeth is a great fly fishing lake for a few reasons. The lake is only lightly fished so you shouldn't have to worry about other anglers, the lake is shallow, and the..." Elizabeth Lake

  "Chain Lake is 49 ha with a max depth of 6 m and a mean depth of 4 m. Fishing pressure is high for stocked rainbow trout that average 1-2lbs. Every year 15,000 Pennask..." Chain Lake

  "IF you like smallmouth bass, you'll love Mirror Lake. Smallies up to 2 kg are abundant here. Soft plastics, spinners, spoons, and the usual crankbaits work well...." Mirror Lake

  "The abundant rainbows of Fletcher Lake can be caught easily on the usual casting lures or flies...." Fletcher Lake

  "Wasa Lake is 114.73 ha with a max depth of 13.7 m. Fishing pressure is low for 3lb bass, 1lb perch, and burbot. Jerkbaits and buzz baits are the top bass baits. Jigs..." Wasa Lake

  "The average rainbows of Tamarack Lake can only be caught on flies, all other fishing techniques are banned...." Tamarack Lake

  "Premier Lake is 229.6 ha with a max depth of 32 m and a mean depth of 15.8 m.. Fishing pressure is moderate for stocked rainbows up to 4lbs and wild cutthroat trout. Fly..." Premier Lake

  "Norbury Lake receives moderate fishing pressure for its slightly above average fishery of stocked rainbows...." Norbury Lake

  "Well I got to take my grand daughter out onto South Moyie Lake over the long weekend ... but to NO avail. It was my 1st visit to the lake ... but hopefully not my..." Moyie Lake

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About Fishing Hot Spots for Angus Creek near Marysville

So you're interested in fishing Angus 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 Angus 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 Angus Creek enter the 49.583332 latitude, and -116.166672 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