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Haven't been there in a while but Beaver Dam Lake south west of 70 mile has brookies.
We found them mostly in the East side of the lake just off the outlet channel.
If all else fails look to the skies..........watch for Osprey and where they are circling and diving.
That's how we found out where they were hidding.
Good luck... be careful on how many you take as they are fall spawners and every one you take will affect the amount of fish in subsquent years.
 

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If you are heading north from Merritt, take hwy 5A and head from there in to Roche lake Provincial Park. Horseshoe Lake has a strong Brookie population.
 

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The new BC Outdoors has a feature on fishing Brook trout, it looks like a useful read...

Cheers,
Nicole
 

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Rumour has it that Munro (above Pitt River) has some little brookies in it - if you're prepared to hike in for 3 hours. I've not been up there but wouldn't mind someone going in and letting me know how it went. ;)
 

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As said earlier, Edith Lake just outside Kamloops has excellent Brookies. The added benefit is being able to fly fish from shore at the end of the lake. Great spot, and a few big rainbows to keep you really honest!
 
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