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CAMP GROUND LAY OUT
Sept 18th 2013
Bruce Moffatt 7lbs 8oz.
Mel McEachern 9lbs 6oz.
Summer is here and the fish are starting to go into the deeper water, this is when you will see most of the bigger fish being caught.Lake temp is about 67 degres with this weather cooling tthe last few days. Mel was out in the late morning and caught this nice 9 pounder on a perch scale hotshot.Bruce was out in the afternoon and caught this nice 7 pounder on a worm.Becky and myself are looking forward to another good summer of fishing,once again we will be keeping track of all are fish caught over 5lbs. If anyone needs to book a cabin for your chance to catch the big one give us a call and we will be glad to help in anyway we can. If anyone has any questions about sheridan lake resort or just fishing in general, give us a call and we will be glad to help. We can be reached @ 250-593-4611 Thanks Dave and Becky.
We will be keeping track of all are fish over 5lbs again this year, so lets get out there and catch a few. As of today we are at 140 fish over 5 lbs,We will keep you posted throughout the year on how we are doing. Thanks Dave and Becky
We have 19 cabins and 90 rv sites to choose from, if you are interested in renting a cabin or have questions about the resort give us a call at 250-593-4611 and we will be glad to help. All our cabins have full kitchens, which 14 of the 19 cabins have washrooms and showers. For the 5 that dont have the washrooms we have a central wash house with showers and flush toilets. Every rv site has power and water with a sani dump at the front gate as you come into the resort. We also offer a honey wagon to pump out your rv.
If you are coming to Canada, the border requires a picture ID and Birth Certificate. Boating licences pertain to Canadians only.
Our units with bathrooms rent for $92.00 - $110.00 the units without bathrooms rent for $75.00 - $82.00. All the units have microwaves, electric heat, electric ranges, refrigerators, hot and cold running water cooking and eating utensils. There are one and two bedroom units. Reservations are required on the cabins.
Our campsites do not require reservations, power and water are included and rent for $30.00 per night. Within 30 minutes of our location you will find 4 restaurants, horse back riding, ATV rentals, golf, and numerous other small lakes.
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Hope to see you soon. Dave and Becky
an unforgettable vacation, plan a stay at Sheridan
Lake Resort. You'll enjoy picture perfect scenery,
fishing for exceptional rainbow trout and a friendly
welcome. Dave and Becky, your hosts, invite you
to stay a while, enjoy the beauty of the land and
the excitement of the catch. And remember, the one
you catch, could easily be one of the trophy fish
that have made Sheridan Lake famous.
Lake has a reputation as being a producer of monster
rainbow and attracts anglers from all corners of
North America. The average rainbow weights 3 pounds,
but fish over 10 pounds are caught every year. This
is due to the abundant shrimp and insect populations
that encourage a rapid growth rate. Easy access
and heavy angling doesn’t matter, because the challenge
of catching the average and larger than average
rainbows is not diminished nor hampered. The repeat
customers at Sheridan Lake Resort are proof of this.
Lake, located in the Interlakes district of Cariboo
Chilcotin, is 1659-hectares (4098 acres) and spring
fed, with miles of shoreline and shoals. It is well
stocked, 300,000 annually, many reaching trophy
is by Hwy 24, 35km (22mi) east of 93 Mile House
(off Hwy 97, just south of the community of 100
Mile House). Turn right at the Sheridan Lake Store
onto Magnussen Road. Sheridan Lake Resort is only
an 8-hour drive from Seattle or 5 ˝ hours from Vancouver.
If coming in from Kamloops, take the Yellowhead
(Hwy 5) to Little Fort, then head west on Hwy 24
for 68km (41mi)
trout, camping and accommodations. Beautiful one or two
bedroom rental cabins. Located in the Cariboo region of
British Columbia, Canada, east of 100 Mile House, on BC
Highway 24 near Lone Butte, we are world famous for trophy
size rainbow trout, and are nestled in the forest surrounding
by hundreds of world class waters. Accommodations and RV
camping. Open year round, you will enjoy an ideal four season
wilderness vacation. Showers, laundry. Snowmobiling, ice
fishing and cross country skiing are popular winter activities.
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