EAGLE LAKE FISHING REPORT
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FISHING SEASON IS CLOSED UNTIL MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND 2016
SEE BELOW FOR 2015 SEASON WRAP UP
You can help by donating via PayPal link on eaglelakeguardians.org! We are going on an ONLINE fundraising campaign and need all the help we can get!! YOU’RE SUPPORT CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!! TOTAL INPUT FOR PINE CREEK RESTORATION TO DATE IS $23,500!!! LETS SEE IF WE CAN DO THAT AGAIN!! I also believe that CDFW's 27% off the top of any donations to the state Fish and Wildlife is too much of the public's money for administrative costs. Perhaps that's why they are in bed with other nonprofits. Had Eagle Lake Guardians donated their $23,500 to CDFW the state would have taken $6345.00 for absolutely nothing.
FREEZE BRANDING IDENTIFICATION:
This allows you to be able to identify which hatchery a branded trout came from and what year it was planted. FREEZE BRANDING IDENTIFICATION
DOWNLOAD THIS 72 PAGE FILE. Finally! Eagle Lake Guardians assisted in financing some of the studies that went into this report AND the brook trout eradication this summer through Trout Unlimited!! HELP GUARDIANS CONTINUE TO HELP RESTORE PINE CREEK BY DONATING AT www.eaglelakeguardians.org
We will keep "motivating" those who signed off on this plan to insure it actually gets accomplished
2016 Season shaping up. We should be close and maybe even a couple inches higher water than last years elevation for launching. Expect similar conditions as last year....we are only inches above last years elevation in May. We didn't get enough water to launch in Spalding or Stones.
The lake ice was mostly just spotty and thin for a few weeks over winter but the south basin thawed out in mid January and warmer temps kept the food supply going and the trout active. They look nice and fat again this year. Generally, if the lake ices over for a few months, our early trout are long and lean but when the lake doesn't ice over for long, we see fatties coming in right off the bat. We had plenty of 2-3 pound fish last year, those that lived should be 3-1/2+ pounds this season. Now all we want is for the water to stay cool, hold on to what water we have & we're rip roaring & ready to go.