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Located approximately 100 km. (62 mi.) southeast of the town of
Merritt travel south on Hwy. #5A to Hwy. #97C located just before
the community of Aspen Grove. Turn east on Hwy. #97C and drive to
the Sunset interchange. Hatheume is found about 21 km. (13 km.)
northeast of the Sunset interchange. Hatheume can also be reached
by travelling west on Hwy. #97C from the town of Peachland.
Found on Hatheume is a resort which offers log cabins, mountain
bike and boat rentals, family dining and transportation to other
nearby lakes. There is also a 20 vehicle BCFS campsite located at
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Report: Hatheume at present, is managed as a trout catch
and release, barbless hook, fly-only lake. Recently rehabilitated,
Hatheume is making a comeback and its future looks bright. Historically
this lake was a fabulous fly fishing lake and there is no reason
to think that it won't be great again. With a good spring Chironomid
hatch and Caddisfly hatch in mid June to early July, the lake is
great for the dry fly enthusiast. Rainbows are now being caught
in the 2+ lb. range. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Lake - Pinnacle Lake is a small lake, 10 ha. (25 ac.)
in size, lying 1 km. (.6 mi.) south of Hatheume. This stocked
lake supports a fair to good Rainbow fishery with trout ranging
from 1 to 3 lbs. A small 5 vehicle BCFS campsite and cartop boat
launching is available at the lake.
Ellen, Jackson, Peterson, Rock, and Rouse are some of the small
lakes in the Hatheume-Pennask Lakes area, which offer the angler
a variety of fishing experiences. Directions and up to date reports
can be found by visiting the resort on Hatheume Lake.
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.