Sweet Sin Fishing Adventures

Sweet Sin Fishing Adventures

Sweet Sin Fishing Adventures offers EVERYONE the opportunity to go fishing and sightseeing on Quesnel Lake, in the Cariboo Region. For people with disabilities, a 16′ rebuilt wheelchair accessible pontoon boat, known for their stability and safety, is used on Quesnel Lake. Otherwise, for people without disabilities, a 26′ Grumman is used. This boat will also be used for disabled persons when the water is rougher. An onboard lunch, or shore lunch, is provided, which can be the catch of the day, or whatever yummy items the cook has sent along.

The cabins at Cameron Ridge Bungalows, approximately one hour drive from Quesnel Lake, are part of the package. There is also a wheelchair accessible cabin for people with support needs.

Quesnel Lake is the major tributary of the Fraser River and is claimed to be the deepest fjord lake in the world. This is where you can catch Rainbow Trout up to 20lbs, Lake Trout, Burbot, Kokanee and Sockeye. The scenery is incredible, with giant old growth cedar forests, beautiful sandy beaches, rocky crags, and magnificent views of the Cariboo Mountain Range.

For individuals not wishing to fish, there are boat tours available on Quesnel Lake with possible stops along the way.

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