Antoine Creek Fishing Hot Spots near Moha, British Columbia

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Fishing Hot Spots near Antoine Creek

  "Barton Lake is 67.24 ha with a max depth of 12 m and a mean depth of 4.8 m. Fishing pressure is low for stocked rainbow and brook trout. Whitefish are found here..." Barton Lake

  "Grouse Lae supports an average population of rainbows that grow up to 5lbs thanks to good hatches of Caddisfly in late June and early July...." Grouse Lake

  "Spring and fall are the best times to fish Turquoise Lake for its stocked rainbows that run about 2lbs...." Turquoise Lake

  "While it may not produce fish big enough to warrant being royalty, Crown Lake supports good spring fishing for rainbows than rn about 2lbs...." Crown Lake

  "Stocked with rainbow trout, Pavilion supports a decent fishery for trout up to 4lbs...." Pavilion Lake

  "Beaverdam Lake is 146 ha with a max depth of only 3.4 m. Fishing pressure is moderate for stocked brookies and wild rainbows. The rainbows are nice, but the only reason..." Beaverdam Lake

  "Big Bar Lake, unlike Little Bar Lake, does not winterkill and supports bigger trout. Brook trout are also common here. Fishing stays good throughout the summer. There..." Big Bar Lake

  "Little Big Bar Lake is 65.5 ha with a max depth of only 4.6 m. Despite suffering from frequent winterkills, Little Big Bar Lake still has decent fishery. Don't expect..." Little Big Bar Lake

  "A small sub-alpine lake that offers a decent summer fishery for rainbows that average 20-30 cm. Unfortunately, the lake is heavily fished so you will need to think..." Tenquille Lake

  "Mosquito Lake doesn't revive much fishing pressure because there aren't many fish in the lake. However, the few fish that live here average a really nice 30cm and weight..." Mosquito Lake

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About Fishing Hot Spots for Antoine Creek near Moha

So you're interested in fishing Antoine 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 Antoine 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 Antoine Creek enter the 50.849998 latitude, and -122.150002 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