Lake: Fast Facts
- Eagle Lake is located along Hwy. 17 between
and Dryden in the Kenora District
- co-ordinates: Lat. 49° 40' 53" Long.
- just about every conceivable type of structure
can be found on this huge lake. The east end is fairly shallow with
extensive weed beds. While there are some weedy and sandy areas, the
west end of the lake is deep and rocky. The middle section is somewhat
of a transition zone that features aspects of both east and west ends.
Islands, narrows, channels, shoals, reefs, drop offs and flats are
found throughout the entire lake
- the lake has a perimeter of approx. 650 km
- there are a number of sanctuary areas around the
Specifics can be found in the Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary
or on the MNR web site: www.ontario.ca/fishing
- major fish species include muskie, walleye, pike,
smallmouth bass, whitefish, lake trout and perch
- Eagle Lake is situated within Fisheries
Management Zone 5
Eagle Lake: Map
These maps are not navigation
boaters. They are designed for fishing purposes only.
- dimensions: 12"x18"
- each map is double
- laminated map
- black & white
- water depth contour
- locations for the major
- access points
- information on fish
- fishing tips
- MNR/Travel &
- Price: $21.90 plus