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Lois Lake is located 18 km due east of Powell River on the Sunshine Coast.

The lake is one of 8 lakes that make up the Powell Forest Canoe Route, and is the start of the route.

Access to the lake by road is 37 km (southern end) via Stillwater Main, off Highway 101 at Lang Bay.

Size: 1414 hectares

Elevation:

Fish Found: Cutthroat Trout, Kokanee Salmon

Best Fishing
: April to July, September to October. The carpenter ant hatch in May produces great fishing.

Facilities
: Boat Launch, Campsite (SE shore)

Nearest Lake
: Khartoum Lake

Nearest Parks
: Palm Beach Regional Park
Saltery Bay Provincial Park.

Additional Info
: The creek mouths provide the most productive fishing. Fishing restrictions apply - see regulations.

Lois Lake contains numerous submerged stumps and snags.

Nearby Regions & Towns
Powell River
Sliammon
Lang Bay
Saltery Bay
Highway 101
Sunshine Coast
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