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I'll be heading up to Eagle lake in the second half of August. First, if anyone has a cottage up there and would like to do some fishing on their boat, I'd gladly pay for gas. Second, I know in the general area there are some muskie lakes so I'd be willing to pay for guiding. Please PM me. Finally, is there a Marina on the lake? My mom loves the pontoon boat rides :)

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Book your mom some "mom time" at Sir Sam's resort. As for the other stuff it's been 15 years or longer since I have been out fishing on that lake.

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My friends have a cottage on a connected lake and therespecially a launch for sure on Eagle lake. I'm not positive but there must be a marina. Google er!

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I don't think that there is a marina on Eagle Lake. You might have to make a run to Fort Irwin and see if they rent boats there. That's on Haliburton Lake.

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Yeah we drove by there last time had ice cream at the variety store. That is a good idea. We are on the north end of Eagle so not too far away...ty :)

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I don't think that there is a marina on Eagle Lake. You might have to make a run to Fort Irwin and see if they rent boats there. That's on Haliburton Lake.

They did years ago as I had a family cottage as a child and my uncle's buddies would either rent from there or pay and launch

 

Yeah we drove by there last time had ice cream at the variety store. That is a good idea. We are on the north end of Eagle so not too far away...ty :)

If you plan to go there I can send you a map for some bass spots via a PM

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Oh I'm going...without a boat I'll be fishing within range of a 1 hr kayak paddle and will probably explore all of that water within two weeks! :)

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I rented a cottage on that lake last summer for a week. Its not a big lake - on calm days my wife paddle boarded the whole thing in a short amount of time. There is no marina on the lake. I never saw a musky - just smallies. Its a great lake for families as there is a lot of sandy shores.

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Some nice back lakes in that area that would be perfect for your kayak. You won't run out of water, that's for sure. Haliburton lake is beauties too.

 

S.

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