KAMLOOPS LAKE FISHING AREA
Kamloops lake is filled with beautiful sunrises and sunsets with nice weather, loaded with different species of aquatic life. The landscapes are very diverse from sagebrush-covered hills, ravines, wide open grasslands, rugged mountains, forested valleys and lakes. The weather in spring and summer is perfect for canoeing, kayaking and fishing. The land consists of sedimentary rock as some plants cannot grow.
Don't know what sedimentary rock is? Watch the video down bellow!
Canoeing and kayaking: perfect sports for Kamloops lake! Especially in the spring and summer time where the weather is warm and hot. There are canoeing, kayaking and fishing lessons for everyone. Programs are provided for children, learning how to fish and canoe in 4 hours!
Fishing: enjoy the fresh air and relax by fishing! A calming activity and a lovely way to spend time with your family. If you want to learn how to fish, there are fishing courses available for everyone. You can fish in winter too! Ice fishing is also available for children and adults as well. Join the ice fishing program where a guide will guide you to safe areas to fish!
Spring (March to May) is cool and with a little sunshine, wind and rain. Wearing waterproof jackets, long pants, sweater, hat, umbrella and closed shoes will be suitable.
Summer (June to mid-September) can reach till 30+ degrees Celsius, with some rainstorms and low humidity. Shorts, t-shirts, sandals, slippers, hats and even a light jacket is suitable. Might as well bring your swimming suits too since the weather is really warm! Protecting yourself with sunscreen and sunglasses are recommended.
Fall (mid-September to mid-November) warm sunny days, but gets cold at night and has cooler winds. Wearing summer clothes are fine, since fall is really warm, about 25 degrees Celsius. By the end of fall it will be 0 to 5 degrees Celsius.
Winter (December to February) is snowy and cold, mainly sunny and sometimes windy. It is pretty cold in the winter as it is, -5 to -15 degrees Celsius, and snowfall is about 6 inches, while in the mountains it receives heavy snowfall that can go up to 4 to 8 feet. With the temperature decreasing to -15 to -30 degrees Celsius. Layered clothing, warm jackets/vest, gloves, scarfs, closed-toed shoes/boots are appropriate.
Earthquakes: They are not harmful, it will only last for a few seconds, small little earthquakes. Rarely any large earthquakes. Haven't happened since a thousand years ago.
Blizzards: Strong and cold arctic air/winds, bringing up snow, making it really cold which leads to poor visibility in blowing snow. They can last for 4 hours or even for days.
Always stay alert for blizzard warnings! Make sure you have food supply that can last a week.
Avalanches: They occur when a thick layer of snow collapses and slides down a hill/side. Can be triggered by wind, rain, warming temperatures, snow and earthquakes.
If going near mountains, make sure you have a skilled and experienced person with you at all times to help prevent any accidents. If not, you can go to a course where they help you prevent getting stuck in avalanches.