Fishing Sheridan Lake
Sheridan Lake produces some monster rainbow trout and attracts trout fishermen from all corners of North America.
Sheridan Lake is located in the Interlakes district of Cariboo Chilcotin on the British Columbia’s famous ‘Fishing Highway #24’. The lake is 1659-hectares (4098 acres) and spring fed, with miles of shoreline and productive shoals. It is well stocked, 300,000 annually, many reaching trophy size. While the average rainbow weights 3 pounds, 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. 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.
Angling Wall of Fame
Check out our fishing Sheridan Lake Angling Wall of Fame. You’ll enjoy photos and sizes of some of the big rainbow trout caught each year that were 6lbs plus. Pour a coffee and click the slideshow. Sit back and daydream of your next visit to Sheridan Lake. Then pick up the phone and make it a reality. We would love to post a photo of you and your monster Sheridan Lake rainbow on the wall this year.
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