Speckled brook trout in outstanding numbers ranging in size up to seven pounds is the reason for our being. We employ a fly-fishing only policy using flies of all description; because of the abundance of speckled trout we insist that anglers crimp the barbs on their hooks, to enable easier release of the fish minimizing potential damage to the fish stock. Catch and release is standard practice; retention of two(2) fish per angler is our lodge policy.
In addition to speckled trout, the Park Lake watershed contains an abundant number of Northern Pike. For the Pike fisherman, our guides would be more than happy to take you to their favorite secluded areas to fish these monster fish ranging in the up-to 25 lbs. category.
Late season (August/September) sees the return of the mighty Atlantic Salmon. The migration of these silver spectacles has them return to the spawning beds in the upper Eagle Park Lake system and provides the anglers with one of the major fresh water fly-fishing challenges that are to be dreamed of. Salmon up to 25 lbs. are routinely caught and released by the ardent fly-fisherman throughout the August and September time period.
Catch and Release
We strongly urge you to practice catch and release. This is the only way we will ensure great fishing for the future. Single, barbless hooks are mandatory! Maximum hook size #4. Tailing gloves will be used by guides to ensure minimal handling of fish. Fish should be kept in the water at all times; hooks should be removed carefully and fish should be allowed to recover fully before being released. If fish are to be handled, make sure hands are wet before touching fish. Handle fish as little as possible.
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