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Skating Rink in Horsefly

During the summer of 2019 the skating rink in Horsefly was re-built.  It was a combined project of the Horsefly Board of Trade, the Horsefly Volunteer Fire Department and the Horsefly Community Club.  Amazing things happen when great people work together! Funders were:  Cariboo Regional District, School District 27, Williams Lake Community Forest, Tolko Industries, […]

Autumn in Horsefly

Beach at Quesnel Lake, North Arm. The Narrows at Horsefly Lake

Spring has sprung in Horsefly

The ice is off the lake, the fish are jumping, the grass is growing! Lots going on in Horsefly in 2019:  Arts on the Fly music festival in July,  Fall Fair in August, Salmon Festival in September Horsefly is a wheelchair friendly community where you can take the Trail on the bank of the Horsefly […]

Sockeye Salmon Spawning in Horsefly River in 2018

sockeye salmon spawn in Horsefly River Horsefly River enjoyed a dominant run of spawning salmon in 2018 Photo credits to Ivan Hardwick, Horsefly, BC

Red Fraser remembers Horsefly

Horsefly History by Red Fraser   Brief History of working at the Salmon Hatchery on Horsefly Lake in the 1940’s written by Red Fraser

Lots happening in Horsefly this weekend

Lots to do in Horsefly this weekend.  Arts on the Fly Music Festival Town wide garage sale – pick up maps at the General Store & Gas Station Women’s Institute Pie Sale – delicious offerings Enjoy!

Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail

Since these photos were taken we have 2 feet of snow.  Ride going out from Horsefly to Lac la Hache today. Sledders are loving it!

Trumpeter Swans in winter

The swans on Horsefly Lake are getting the last feeding before the ice closes in. See how they dip right down to eat off the bottom.  They have a good layers of fat and down feathers but it is amazing they can take that much cold.  The temperature is  – 15C when photos taken. After […]