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What's the word on this high-altitude snow-covered speck (on google earth) regarding access, time of year, and quality of fishing? (You may have figured that I'm getting bored playing with google earth, fishwizard, and angler's atlas - you're right.) The map I got at fishwizard has it at 4 metres deep at its deepest point. Might be an interesting trip if it's worth it.
 

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Yes it is only 4m in one spot mostly 2m with lots of shallow areas
I beleive it is a bit of a hike in and you will need a tube to fish it
It has good numbers of small rainbows and cutties
I got this all from my Fishing BC Lower Mainland book
Great book with Directions , lake depths , acccess points, camping facilities, fishing info and more :thumbup:
 

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Dead hole. I can tell you personally that the myth of fish in Cypress has been pitched around for 50 years, probably more. I hiked in (with friends) there many times, in my teenage years back in the early 70's; and was skunked every time. You would think a weeks effort should produce something! Never got a touch or saw a fish move. Monro, Dennet, and Widgeon lakes have fish in them.
 
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