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Eagle Lake Ontario - report/pics

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Got back on Saturday from a great trip to the west arm of Eagle Lake - Stanley's resort.

They have a great place and their fish cleaning is a welcome bonus!

We used our own boats however theirs are pretty nice.

We didn't really slay the walleye's but caught enough to keep us happy.

The real bonus was the trout fishing. We caught quit a number of them, many good size ones too.

The weather was perfect - we were even in shorts a couple of days.

Here are some of the pictures:

Me with a 27" Laker

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Me witha 30" Laker

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Me with a couple Lakers

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A few of us out fishing for Lakers

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Some smallie pics (obviously)

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A buddy with a nice Eye

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Looks like you guys had a good time. Thanks for the pictures.

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Some nice fish, looks like you enjoyed the trip.

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Nice pics! I'm heading up to Eagle Lake tomorrow morning for some Walleye action. Looking forward to it!

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Does Eagle have a daytime walleye bite like Lac Seul? Our group is considering going to Eagle this year because of the multi-species options but are wondering about the daytime bite and how the fishing compares to LS.

Thanks for any info!

KT

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