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Walleye Fishing on Eagle Lake, Ontario, Canada

Walleye Fishing

If you love fast action for tough fighting fish that also make the most delicious shore lunch, then a walleye fishing trip to Andy Myers Lodge could be your perfect getaway. Eagle Lake, Ontario boasts immense numbers of perfect eating-size walleye and is recognized as a world-class destination for trophy walleye over 30 inches. The guides at the lodge grew up fishing the lake and can show you why creel surveys prove it to be one of the greatest fisheries in Canada.

Experience the Walleye Fishing Trip of a Lifetime

Walleye use their excellent vision in dim light to prey on minnows. With its dense forage base and complex structure, Eagle Lake provides all the habitat and food walleye need to grow fast and big, with several 14 pounders landed recently. This is the place to seek a trophy walleye!

Walleye are even more sensitive to changes in temperature than most fish, so catching them is a matter of knowing what depth they find comfortable at any point in the season. This is where the famous guides at Andy Myers Lodge are so important to the success of your walleye fishing trip to Canada. These experienced pros freely share tips about which weedbeds or mid-lake humps are holding schools of walleye and will mark your maps for you. This can easily mean the difference between frustration and hundred fish days. If you choose to be guided, they will find the fish, manage the boat, and cook a memorable shore lunch from your catch.

Walleye Fishing Season

Walleye spawn around the season opener on the third Saturday in May, so look for them in warming bays with emerging grass, shallow rocks, and downed timber. Be aware that the biggest fish may leave the spawning grounds immediately after mating, heading for deeper water with baitfish where they can replenish their bodies after the winter and the spawn.

With the warming temperatures of summer, walleye movements are fairly predictable. Some remain in the shade of weeds while others find comfortable temperatures and food along deeper main-lake reefs, humps, and points. The pros at Andy Myers Lodge will tell you which types of structures and which depths the fish are using. Although many types of baits will catch them, a simple live bait rig is usually your best bet, and the lodge has the finest bait suppliers in the region. Armed with a carefully marked map and a bucketful of big dace, you are well on the way to a dream day of walleye fishing. Check out our Muskie and Walleye Special Week with guide, tournament champion, and TV personality Rob Manthei on hand to share his secrets.

As fall approaches and the thermocline drops, some walleye move deeper toward the mud line and hard bottom areas. The first class depth finders on the camp boats at Andy Myers Lodge will help you stay over the right kind of structure. Walleye also follow migrating schools of baitfish into far-flung current areas and channels. This is a beautiful time of year to experience the remote wilderness areas of the lake. Contact us today to book your walleye fishing trip in Canada!

Bass, Walleye & Muskie Opener

Join Tony Puccio and The Bait Rigs Team for springtime fishing for big, aggressive smallmouth bass, shallow water walleye, and hungry muskies ready to rumble after the winter and the spawn. Learn innovative early-season techniques from one of the best!


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Tony Puccio is the owner of Serious Walleye Guide Service and co-owner of Bait Rigs tackle. He is a multi-faceted guide and touring pro on the In-Fisherman Professional Walleye Trail and the Pro Team Walleye Circuit. With over 125 tournaments fished, Tony is an accomplished bass, walleye, and muskie fisherman and fishing tackle designer.

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Walleye, Muskie & Bass Week

Each fall John Gillespie brings the crew of his popular Waters and Woods TV show to Andy Myers Lodge along with musky expert Pete Maina. These guys have been producing weekly shows for over 1,400 episodes without airing a repeat, and their Eagle Lake hunt for big walleye, smallmouth bass, and trophy muskies is a highlight of the year. They are a gregarious and hilarious presence in camp. Join them if you dare!

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One of the nation’s most popular TV hosts will be filming the exciting TV series John Gillespie’s Waters & Woods. For nearly three decades, John’s enthusiasm and passion for the sport have been unmatched in the fishing industry!

Pete Maina is North America’s number one authority on muskie and pike fishing. He is an entrepreneur, an accomplished author, photographer, and speaker.

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Muskie & Walleye Week

If you’re the kind of angler who likes to break up the obsessive hunt for muskies with lively action for trophy walleye, then you owe it to yourself to come meet Rob Manthei at Andy Myers Lodge. He is one of the rare breeds who is equally accomplished at catching both species, and his insights can make your fishing far more productive.

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Rob Manthei is a champion professional tournament angler, registered guide, writer, and TV personality. As owner and operator of the St. Germain Lodge and Fibber’s Bar & Restaurant, Rob provides his clients with a unique and memorable fishing experience in one of Northern Wisconsin’s most pristine and scenic areas. He has been a popular part of the Andy Myers Lodge guest instructor program for more than 15 years.

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Multi-Species Week

Not many anglers can show up at a lake as big and complex as Eagle Lake and just go out cold and successfully target any species they feel like catching, but Ron Barefield and John Stone aren’t just any anglers. If you have fantasized about catching an Eagle Lake grand slam during your trip or want to learn to read the water and structure and understand the fish better, then you need to meet these guys. They can take your fishing education to the next level!

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Ron Barefield has more than 40-years of experience as one of the top tournament pros and fishing guides in the mid-west. He is a Multi-Species expert and one of the most thoughtful outdoor educators and writers in the country. John Stone is a representative of G Loomis and Shimano. Together, these fishing buddies are a powerhouse of experience and knowledge.

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