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Located approximately 65 km. (40 mi.) northeast of the community
of Enderby. From the city of
Vernon travel north on Hwy. #97A
to Enderby. Turn east on the Mabel Lake Road. Turn north, just before
reaching the small community of King Fisher on Mabel Lake, onto
a gravel road that follows Dan Forth Creek. Follow this road to
Kidney. A truck may be necessary, ask for directions and road conditions
Located on Kidney is a small timbered BCFS campsite with a boat
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Report: Maintained as a wilderness, low density lake,
Kidney is a highly scenic lake with clear water, surrounded by forests
of Cedar, White Pine, Hemlock and Spruce. Kidney supports an excellent
Rainbow fishery for trout up to 5 lbs. Since 1989 the lake has been
stocked with 8000 Pennask /Beaver Rainbow per year, providing fisherman
with a good a good catch success rate. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Several lakes can be found on the way to or from Kidney. Dale, Elbow,
Grassy, Holiday, Noreen, Spruce, Stony, and Wap Lakes offer a variety
of fishing experiences. Small BCFS campsites can be found on all
of these lakes. Liver Lake, is 3 ha. (7.4 ac.) in size, and can
be found lying just north of Kidney Lake. Even though it is so small,
Liver supports a good Rainbow fishery for trout up to 2 lbs. In
1994, stocking was cut back to only 500 Pennask /Hatheume Rainbows.
Management plans are to improve trout size in the future.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.