Fishing at sunset (Picture BC photo)
Fishing options in Logan Lake include casting a line in Logan Lake itself, taking a day trip to one of 30 nearby lakes, or spending a pampered weekend at a fishing lodge.
Tunkwa Lake, host of the 1993 world fly-fishing championship, abounds with Kamloops rainbow trout, a much sought-after strain of rainbow trout. The lake is 1135m/3723ft in length and surrounded by grassland fields, wetland marshes, a spawning river, bogs, and a forested area. Annually stocked, it is one of the most popular fishing spots in Logan Lake. Tunkwa is also good for ice-fishing. On the edge of the lake, Tunkwa Lake Lodge has two log houses and 25 campsites.
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31 Chartrand Ave
Logan Lake, British Columbia
Logan Lake Visitor Centre is one of the most unique visitor centres in the province; situated inside a 195B Bucyrus Erie mining shovel with a 13 cubic metre bucket, parked next to a 235 ton haulage truck.