Weaver lake is found near the southwest end of Harrison Lake. It is a great place to fish for consistent action for small rainbow and cutthroat trout and is also a great place for a family outing or weekend getaway.
The lake is surrounded by
dense forest and consists of two basins with small islands and numerous bays connected by a shallow passageway. The shorelines are wooded with downed and submerged trees offering both habitat and refuge for bugs and fish.
The trout in this lake range
in size from 20-40 cm and the lake is stocked annually with rainbow trout. There is a man made spawning grounds at the lake outlet to encourage spawning and natural recruitment adding to the fishery. Beware though there is no fishing in these spawning
grounds and there are signs indicating this.
There is a boat launch and a dock at this lake making for easy launching but the road up to this lake is rough and if you're hauling a boat 4x4 is recomended but not essential. Also beware of logs floating
around on this lake as they change locations constantly with the wind and can be hazardous
Also note this lake has a 10 hp engine restriction.