Cherish Trout Scouts Help Release Trout Fry

The Cherish Trout Scouts take fishing seriously. Eager volunteers were happy to help let these little fry loose in their favorite fishing spot!

Cherish Trout Scouts Help Release Trout Fry
Cherish Trout Scouts Help Release Trout Fry - Cherish at Central Park
Retirement community helps stock local lakes for trout fishers

The Cherish Trout Scouts take fishing seriously. Eager volunteers were happy to help let these little fry loose in their favorite fishing spot! Look Out Lake is a 5 minute drive from Cherish and with stock like this, no one is disappointed on our fishing trips.

Lookout Lake Park
Lookout Lake is one of Colwood’s hidden gems. Perched up high on Triangle Mountain, it’s a local favourite for swimming, picnics, hikes and shoreline fishing. It’s a lovely quiet spot for families who enjoy fishing. The lake is regularly stocked with rainbow trout as part of the Freshwater Fisheries…

Look Out Lake began as a fresh water reservoir for WW1 bunkers located at the top of Triangle Mountain. Look Out Lake was a rocky rough spot until the early 1990’s when neighbors Micky Fleming, Nancy Fry and Wendy Clarey decided the neighborhood lake needed a beach. Many hours of volunteer labor turned the inaccessible water front into a pleasant beach great for sunning, swimming and now fishing! After the ladies left Triangle Mountain neighborhood, the City of Colwood took over and continues to maintain this lovely little lake.