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Swan Lake

Dawson Creek
British Columbia is well known for once-in-a-lifetime fishing opportunities, and the Dawson Creek area is no exception. Walleye, northern pike and rainbow trout are the most common species you’ll find, but there are also opportunities to catch yellow perch, whitefish, Arctic grayling and a number of other species. You must be in possession of an appropriate British Columbia fishing license. There are number of rivers, lakes and streams in the Dawson Creek area that provide a unique angling experience.
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One Island Lake

Dawson Creek
British Columbia is well known for once-in-a-lifetime fishing opportunities, and the Dawson Creek area is no exception. Walleye, northern pike and rainbow trout are the most common species you’ll find, but there are also opportunities to catch yellow perch, whitefish, Arctic grayling and a number of other species. You must be in possession of an appropriate British Columbia fishing license. There are number of rivers, lakes and streams in the Dawson Creek area that provide a unique angling experience
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Foot (Boot) Lake

Dawson Creek
British Columbia is well known for once-in-a-lifetime fishing opportunities, and the Dawson Creek area is no exception. Walleye, northern pike and rainbow trout are the most common species you’ll find, but there are also opportunities to catch yellow perch, whitefish, Arctic grayling and a number of other species. You must be in possession of an appropriate British Columbia fishing license. There are number of rivers, lakes and streams in the Dawson Creek area that provide a unique angling experience.
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Radar Lake

Dawson Creek
The Radar Lake-Bear Mountain Recreation Area is a nice spot to spend some time just outside of the city. This small lake is located just to the southwest of Dawson Creek. There’s a hiking trail and a boat launch, and the area is a well-known spot among bird watchers.
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Charlie Lake Provincial Park

Fort St. John
Charlie Lake Provincial Park is located 11 km north of Fort St. John. It makes a nice day outing during the summer months (the park is open May 15 through September 7). Try your luck at fishing, go for a hike the forested trails or enjoy a picnic at the on-site facilities.
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