Fishing on Eagle Lake, Ontario, Canada
Eagle Lake is one of the largest lakes in northwestern Ontario with 68,000 acres of water. The lake combines big, deep basins that grow monster fish, with 490 islands and mazes of channels and bays that provide shelter and structure for the fish and anglers alike. The average depth is 22 feet, with a maximum depth of 110 feet.
Eagle Lake’s beauty comes from its natural sand beaches, cascading waterfalls, lichen-painted rock walls, windswept islands, old-growth forest, and intimate bays. Penetrating deep into the Canadian wilderness, the lake is graced by an abundance of wildlife, so it is not unusual for our guests to encounter moose, deer, bear, wolves, lynx, otters, beavers, eagles, and waterfowl of many kinds. If you’re interested in great fishing and scenic beauty, then look no further than Eagle Lake in Ontario, Canada.
For adventurous anglers, fishing on Eagle Lake offers access to a number of small lakes reachable by journeys up creeks or through short portages. Further out, we offer floatplane trips to numerous lakes deep in the wilderness. With a little effort, you can have your own private lake where the fish have rarely seen a lure! Our guides have over 35 years of experience fishing here, so we understand where the fish are most active during different seasons. We know how different species of fish react to weather changes, water fluctuations, temperatures, and the spring ice melt. We know how to put you on the fish, and we enthusiastically share our knowledge with our guests! Contact us today to book your Canadian fishing adventure on beautiful Eagle Lake!