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It is located mere minutes from Victoria, the provincial capital. Compensation for this post was provided by Nikon. You will be sent an opt-in email to confirm that you would like to receive emails from us.

These can be studied in detail with the Nikon ProStaff ATB 8×25 Waterproof Binocular, a Nikon spotting scope, or even photographed with a Nikon D3100 DSLR camera. Great little Rex site, no facilities (water.or washrooms) must carry out all your own garbage. Fly fishing is a popular activity, however many of the lakes permit bait as well.

Others, such as Dougan or Somenos lakes, are serviced by major roads. We didn't get into the actual park, but we went to this location which is nestled on Nitinat Lake. The Nitinat River area is very scenic, wonderful river, would be superb in the summer! the park, the best spot is on the Nitinat Main Road coming from When you travel here please respect the fact that these are logging Prospect Lake, and many others, are stocked with trout.

Shore through Youbou to the end of Cowichan Lake. Just a few sites but a beautiful place to camp. There were a lot of para-sailers as it was a very. Enter Outdoor Canada’s 10th annual photo contest! ), New government allies help Manitoba Wildlife Federation reach conservation goals, Awesome fishing and hunting photos from Outdoor Canada readers, Why Canadian anglers and hunters owe Phil Morlock a debt of gratitude. They can be fished from shore or with any type of non-motorized craft. Recipe & video: Tender goose with Morocco-inspired spices, Recipe & video: Tuscan walleye blends tastes of central Italy with a Canadian favourite, Blue Fish Radio: What Canada’s new Fisheries Act means for anglers, What hatcheries are teaching us about brook, brown and rainbow trout, 12 of the year’s best Canadian outdoor adventure photos. Fly fishing is a popular activity, however many of the lakes permit bait as well. Whether one desires a rustic experience, or one with more refinements, Vancouver Island can deliver.

This publication also shows those local lakes which have been stocked with game fish.

Smaller lakes, such as Durrance in the south, or Schoen in the north, offer a more placid fishing experience. These spots hold 30- to 60-lb halibut, and bottom trolling with large spoons or whole herring and jigging with Gibbs Delta Mudraker and Salmon Bellies work well.

During the summer, opportunities