Category Archives: fishing depths

Walleye Fishing Update

It’s early August and if you are still awaiting your trip to Eagle Falls Lodge we have an update on the walleye fishing.  We are seeing good numbers of eater size walleye and fish in the low to mid 20s.  Fish in the upper 20s are still few and far between. The curious thing has […]

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June fishing report

I have only had a wet line for a matter of minutes so far this season.  The project list remains long and we still are feeling a bit behind from the late ice-out.  The guests have been great about sharing information and this is what I can tell you second-hand about the fishing so far…. […]

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End of June fishing report for Red Lake & Parker Lake

The end of June is already upon us and we saw several more nice fish caught and released this week. We had a wild mix of weather this week which illustrates the need to pack for all situations.  A cool, overcast day with intermittent rain showers and 30 mph winds was followed up by a […]

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Red Lake and Parker Lake: Mid-June Fishing Report

Hello everyone! Sorry we were a bit M.I.A. on the blog this week.  It was a combination of our town trip falling on the day when the ENTIRE town of Red Lake was without power and some intermittent internet challenges through out the week at the lodge.  And we had a full house, so there […]

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Red Lake Forest Fires

There are currently 93 forest fires burning in Northwest Ontario. See the thick smoke on the horizon above. We have been fortunate with wind direction lately to avoid heavy smoke like we had a week ago. Thick smoke and ash drastically reduced visibility for one day, but most of this week was much better. There […]

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1st Annual Parker Classic

Last week we organized and hosted the first fishing tournament ever (to our knowledge) on Parker Lake. The tournament was held during the few hours between breakfast and dinner. The 1st annual Parker Classic was a single day, two category tournament with prizes for the best four Walleye lengths and best four Northern Pike lengths […]

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