Mike Lake is a perfect little float tube lake found in Golden Ears Provincial Park. It is a shallow lake surrounded by marshy wetlands. There is a fishing dock on the south side of the lake down a path from the parking lot, making this a great lake
to fish from shore, that is if its not too busy.
The lake contains both rainbow and cutthroat trout in the 20-40cm range and is stocked multiple times a year with a few hundred catchable sized rainbows and every once in a while FFSBC will drop a bunch
of brood stock into the lake that can get up to 4lbs. If you catch a brood stock its recommended to release it due to the fact that these fish were used for breeding and have a real muddy taste to them.
Mike Lake has a muddy bottom and marshy shoreline
and is a great chironomid lake. Hatches tend to be brown or green. There are a few downed logs around the lake where the fish like to hide so try throwing a lure or fly around them to try and entice the fish.
Also note there is a powerboat restriction
on this lake.