Mayson Lake Fishing Report near Little Fort, British Columbia

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Directions to Mayson Lake

on July 9th

Mayson Lake is approximately 25 miles from Little Fort. To get there you take the Darlington Road West off of Highway 5 (by Rainier Custom Meet Cutting) and turn left at approximately KM15 on the Darlington Road on to the Powder Lake - Jamieson Creek connection road (there is a sign there) - Mayson Lake is on the right about a kilometer or so from where the Powder Lake - Jamieson Creek Road connects with the the Jamieson Creek Road - THERE ARE 2 BC GOVERNMENT CAMPSITES THERE - BOTH FREE OF CHARGE - the access to the best site (Horsecamp) is off the Powder Lake connection Road - you turn right - the other one is accessed off of Jamieson Creek Road (turn right) on your way to Bonaparte Lake - both accesses are signed - just watch for them - Darlington Road and the Powder Creek/Jamieson Creek connection roads are in good condition


Mayson Lake

on March 28th

Mayson Lake is known for 2lb rainbows, great hatches in the spring, fall, and end of June/early July, and great fly fishing.


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