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Little Qualicum River, Vancouver Island BC
The Little Qualicum River flows northeast from Cameron Lake and crosses Highway 19 approximately 5km northwest of Qualicum Beach on the east coast of Vancouver Island.

Fishable length of the Little Qualicum River is 20km, and angling pressure is heavy. Most angling occurs in the lower portion of the river, with access principally by hiking from Highway 19, and from the Little Qualicum Spawning Channel, accessed by car via Melrose Road off Highway 4 near the Whiskey Creek service station (8km southwest of Qualicum Beach).

The upper portion of the Little Qualicum River can be reached via Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park, off Highway 4, two kilometres passed Whiskey Creek.

Little Qualicum River
Little Qualicum River supports a sizable run of steelhead, but is also noted for its sea-run cutthroat trout fishery.

Rainbow and some brown trout are present, with chinook salmon runs in the fall.

Nearest Town: Qualicum Beach, Parksville

Nearest Lake: Cameron Lake

Nearest Park:
Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park

Additional Info: Good campsites are available on the lower portion of the Little Qualicum River, and in the community of Qualicum Beach.

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