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Muskie • Walleye • Northern Pike • Lake Trout • Smallmouth Bass

Premier Ontario Fishing Lodge

Have dreams of boating a 60”, trophy muskie or catching so many walleyes your arms are sore on an Ontario fishing expedition? At Andy Myer’s Lodge in Ontario, Canada, your trophy fishing dreams come to life. Located on beautiful Eagle Lake, our world-class fishing lodge offers a relaxing respite from the chaos of everyday life and some of the best fishing in Ontario.


With its abundance of trophy muskie, walleye, smallmouth bass, lake trout and northern pike, Eagle Lake Ontario is the ideal setting for your Canadian fishing adventure. Anglers of all experience levels regularly pull trophy fish from Eagle’s waters. In fact, the lake has twice held the muskie world record with fish boated over 60” and 60 pounds. Plus, with 63,000+ acres of open water, 400+ miles of shoreline and nearly 500 islands to explore, you never have to fish the same hole twice.

Our world-class Ontario fishing lodge is the perfect basecamp for your adventure. Located on the lake’s north shore, the best fishing in Ontario is just footsteps out your front door. We offer lodgings and fishing packages to fit any budget, including fully- and partially-guided fishing trips. Andy Myers Lodge has earned a reputation for its comfortable accommodations, year-round fishing, and expert guides. Escape into Ontario’s wilderness and boat that once-in-a-lifetime trophy with us.


Although Canada’s Eagle Lake boasts a wide range of fish species, it’s a popular destination for sports fishermen due to its diverse population of the five major sports fish: muskies, walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike and lake trout. Anglers from Canada, the U.S. and even Europe flock to Eagle Lake for its record-worthy trophy fishing potential.

Why are Eagle Lake’s fish so big? A diverse and dynamic range of habitats, an abundant forage base, and conservation and protection measures – including a 54” minimum size for muskie and slot limits on other species for over 25 years – have helped Eagle’s native species thrive. Today, 40”+ northern pike are not uncommon, 30”+ walleyes are boated regularly, and once-in-a-lifetime 40-to-60 pound muskie are waiting to be caught.

Muskie: Thanks to Eagle Lake’s buffet of whitefish, suckers, cisco, and trout, providing ample forage, and the population’s superior genetics, Eagle’s muskies are massive. Consistently, Eagle Lake ranks as a top muskie fishing destination in Canada – and even the world. When the season opens in early June, muskies tend to hang out in shallow weed beds and spawning flats, but by late summer and into fall, they’re more commonly found around steep banks, island clusters, and rock reefs. Muskies 45”- 55” are not uncommon catches on Eagle Lake.

Walleye: If you’re looking for walleye fishing, Eagle Lake is your destination. Conservation measures have made Eagle Lake one of the top 10 walleye fishing destinations in Ontario. Eating-size walleye are caught with ease; that’s why walleye is a popular choice for shore lunches and fish fries at the lodge. On good days, anglers might catch 50-100 or more walleye, the fishing is that good. With a slot limit of 18-23” there are also plenty of trophy walleye on Eagle, and guests regularly boat trophy fish of 26-32”. In spring, walleye spawn near the shoreline and inlets and go out to main lake reefs as the water warms. From season opener in early May to late fall, Eagle Lake fishermen have no problem finding a nice catch of walleye.

Northern Pike: Northern pike are known for their aggressiveness, striking with reckless abandon. That’s why many love pike fishing on Eagle Lake – beginners and seasoned fishermen alike can boat northern pike. For 20+ years, a slot limit has been in place, and as a result, trophy pike of 20+ pounds, measuring 42” are not uncommon here. Pike season opens in May. The species loves cooler waters; therefore, pike of all sizes are boated all season with spring and fall being the best seasons for trophy northern pike fishing. In spring, pike tend to hang out in Eagle’s bays to spawn, and they’re often found near spawning suckers and walleyes, favorite forage choices.

Smallmouth Bass: Smallmouth bass have a reputation: Pound-for-pound, they’re the hardest fighting fish on Eagle Lake. The good news is they’re abundant here with the population currently exploding. A catch-and-release policy is in place until July to protect smallmouth during spawning season. As a result, Eagle Lake boasts some of the largest average smallmouth bass sizes in Canada. A popular smallmouth spawning site is Myer’s Bay – a stone’s throw from the lodge – and by late summer, smallmouth bass tend to move to rocky shorelines and deep drop-offs. Smallmouth bass weighing 3-5 pounds are common, and 6-7 pound bass are waiting to be caught.

Lake Trout: Eagle Lake is a popular destination for lake trout fishing, and Andy Myer’s Lodge is situated in just the right place. Located near cold water fishing in the Western Arm and Portage Bay, the lodge is close to prime lake trout habitat in mid-to-late summer. Before the water warms, though, Eagle’s lake trout are dispersed more evenly across the lake, especially in the northern half. Anglers consistently catch lake trout weighing 10-20 pounds, and 30+ pounders aren’t out of the question.

Ice Fishing: In winter, Eagle Lake transforms into an ice fishing mecca. Walleye, northern pike, lake trout, crappies, whitefish and burbot bite with regularity. Plus, you’ll be able to trade in the boat and explore Eagle’s acreage via snowmobile or ATV. During this time of year, deer, moose and wolf sightings are not uncommon, as well.


Experience the best fishing in Ontario by day, then come home and relax in your accommodations or socialize in the lodge at night. After a day of catching muskies and walleyes on Eagle Lake Ontario, you can sit back, relax and share ‘stories from the lake’ with fellow anglers and friends. A true log-cabin-style fishing camp with modern day amenities, Andy Myers Lodge is the ideal destination for your Ontario fishing vacation.


Cabins: Choose from a range of comfortable, cozy and rustic cabins scattered along Eagle’s shoreline. Our log cabins will transport you back in time, providing a quiet, relaxing respite during your fishing vacation in Canada.

Main Lodge: Make friends and gather for drinks, meals and good conversation in the Main Lodge. During peak seasons, we host nightly fishing seminars, offering anglers of all experience levels tips and tricks for honing their skills. The lodge also features Wi-Fi and satellite TV – the ideal gathering place after a day of fishing on Eagle Lake.


Andy Myers Lodge offers a range of fishing packages designed to accommodate groups of all sizes and at any budget level. Choose from fully-guided and partially-guided tours, depending on your skill set and experience. Bring your own equipment – or utilize ours. We have everything you need to enjoy a fishing trip in Ontario.

The American Package: Our full-service option includes meals, a boat, secure docking, accommodations, and daily room cleaning. Fully guided, partially guided to get the feel of the lake, or explore Eagle on your own, this package enables you to enjoy Eagle Lake’s fishing, without worrying about the details. We’ll moor your boat for you, service it each day, even clean and package your catch at the end of each day and furnish unlimited ice.

The Housekeeping Package: Looking for an economical option? The Housekeeping Package is perfect for fishermen who want to spend time on the lake, but prefer to do their own cooking while at camp. All the amenities and friendly services of the American Plan are still included, minus the meals. Or you can add breakfast or dinner, as a partial American Plan package.