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Quesnel is a small city that is part of the Cariboo District of British Columbia, Canada.
Likely is a town in British Columbia, Canada. It is located in the Cariboo region of the province, and is situated where the west arm of Quesnel Lake empties into the Quesnel River. Roads from Likely lead southwest to Williams Lake, northwest to Quesnel, south to Horsefly, and north to Barkerville.
Pyna-tee-ah Fishing Adventures
Pyna-tee-ah Fishing Adventures, located at Likely, on the Quesnel River at the outlet of Quesnel Lake, a short drive from Williams Lake, British Columbia, offers the best salmon and trout fly fishing in the world for all seasons. With fly fishing throughout lake and stream locations of Birtish, Columbia, patient and caring staff offer you the sport fishing adventure of a lifetime with their knowledge and experience. Fly fishing programs at Pyna-tee-ah Fishing Adventures include fly tying, women's fly fishing programs, casting instruction and gear and fly selection, eco tours and wildlife viewing, it's all here for an unsurpassed and memorable fly fishing vacation.
Nome is a city located on the southern Seward Peninsula coast on Norton Sound of the Bering Sea.
This Quesnel Webcam is a weather cam showing a view of the Quesnel airport and is hosted by Weatheroffice.pyr.ec.gc.ca
- Quesnel Lake