Chapman Lake Fishing Report near Gray Creek, British Columbia
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by Bobby Cooper
on April 19th
Chapman Lake is 1018.6 ha with a max depth of 26.8 m and a mean depth of 12.8 m. Fishing pressure is low for wild cutthroat, lakers, and rainbows. Average size isn't the best, but there are some nice fish here. Trolling is the best way to find the biggest fish.
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