Eagle Lake

Famous for its Canadian fishing as well as it's scenic beauty. It has 63,428 acres of water and more than 490 islands with many bays, channels, weed beds and drop-offs to explore; there is always a quiet spot to fish. It isn’t unusual for visitors to see moose, deer, bear, loons and of course, eagles, while out fishing. While Eagle is noted for it’s trophy Muskie(having held the world record for the largest muskie at one point), the majority of fishermen still come to the area for the incredible Walleye, Bass and Northern bite.

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