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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-08-2011, 03:29 AM Thread Starter
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Hundred mile house B.C.?

Going to Be up in B.C. area last two weeks of June and a couple of days in Hundred Mile House area.
Hoping to get a few days fishing in.
Anybody have an idea what kind of action I might find up in those parts?
Thanks for any info.

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The lake fishing is phenomenal up there with BC's famous huge rainbows. I'm not too sure about river fishing.
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Tons of lakes in that area, virtually tons! Most are worth checking out, I have a lot of experience with Birch, it is pretty mediocre, but fish in it are large Bring a pontoon or a car topper for better odds.



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Lots of great lake fishing for really big Rainbows. If you get lucky you might even see a sedge hatch and have an evening to remember. No need for the 2 hander if you are staying in 100 mile.
I don't think that the Thompson River, which would be a 2 hour drive south, will be fishable either. Not sure if it opens for the 15th of June or if its July 1. It would be strictly trout fishing at the time of year that you are coming. It would be the closest river with decent trout fishing to 100 mile.
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I don't think that the Thompson River, which would be a 2 hour drive south, will be fishable either. Not sure if it opens for the 15th of June or if its July 1.
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It`s open now , but the water is very high , and unfishable . It won`t drop to favourable levels for quite some time yet .
I`d go to the Sheridan lake area . It`s a big lake , but there are dozens of other lakes in the area .

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