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Alouette Lake

 

 

 




Details for Alouette Lake

Species in Alouette Lake:

Anadromous Bull Trout, Chinook Salmon, Chum Salmon, Coho Salmon, Cutthroat Trout, Dolly Varden, Kokanee, Lake Trout, Largescale Sucker, Longnose Sucker, Northern Pikeminnow, Peamouth Chub, Rainbow Trout, Redside Shiner

Other Names -
Proxy City Mission
Size (ha) 1,643.6
Perimeter (km) 38.9
Max Depth (m) 159
Road Access Paved
Hike (km) 0
Activities Camping, Picnicking, Hiking, Swimming, Boating
Stocked Fish Rainbow Trout, Cutthroat Trout
 
GPS 49*19'31"N, 122*27'04"W
F/W Region R-2
Water Type Large Lake
Altitude (m) 117
Mean Depth (m) 71
Water Access Boat
Boat Launch Double Paved
Facilities Developed
Angler Usage Moderate
Special Notes: Up to and including 2006 there has been an annual stocking program of both yearling and catchable Cutthroat and Rainbow Trout. In 2007, 6800 non-reproductive Rainbow triploids were stocked into Allouette Lake. Although the population of fish is significant, the large size and the great depth of Allouette Lake make sure there is not a large number caught. Rainbow average about 1 lb. and Cutthroat can average 1 to 1-1/2 lbs. Lake Char can reach 20 lbs. or better. The steep drop off of the lake makes finding a good fishing spot difficult and the shallow end that would be good for fishing is heavily used with the campsites and picnic areas. The many bays and streams and the shoreline would probably produce the best results. No Vessels in swimming areas, as buoyed and signed. Speed restriction (8km/h) at south end of lake.
Map
Map of Alouette Lake

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Additional Info

Notes: 1. Always check the current BC Fishing regulations before you start fishing a new spot.