Welcome to our Eagle Lake Ontario Fishing Home Page

Eagle Lake is located in northwestern Ontario about 120 miles north of International Falls, Minnesota. There is plenty of water to fish with over 68,000 acres of water and over 400 miles of shoreline. Eagle Lake is a great lake for catching walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike and muskie. There are plenty of fishing resorts and lodges located on the lake.

Learn About the Fish

Primary Species of Fish
Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskie & Smallmouth Bass

If you are coming here to target walleye, pike, smallmouth bass or muskie, you have a real good shot of catching good numbers of fish with trophy potential too.  Most anglers come here to target the walleye or muskie and you should be able to find the walleye and catch a good amount of them with some big fish too.  The muskie aren’t always easy to get to bite, but you should see several fish here if you fish hard for them and it is definitely possible to have multiple muskie days here.  The monster muskie live here too.  If you want to target pike, there are plenty of them in the lake and if you upsize your pike lures a little bit, you will target bigger pike and muskie too.

Secondary Species of Fish
Perch & Crappie

Perch and crappie are secondary here, however, there are plenty of perch in the lake if you want to target them.  Most anglers will catch some perch while fishing for walleye.  Crappie are here too, but don’t expect big numbers.  The spring is definitely the best time to target crappie on this lake.