Our GALLERY is our top bookmarked page on our website(s). It is also the only photo gallery available any where that includes every season all year long at Eagle Lake Ca. Since we live in Spalding at the northwest shore of Eagle Lake’s middle basin, we have the opportunity to be here to take photographs and share our adventures so our viewers can keep up with our wonderful Eagle Lake. Many of our visitors are not able to come up between January 1 and opening weekend but they still wish they could. Our aim is to bring you here any day of the week and any time of the year. Consider us your “Virtual Eagle Lake”. Our photos and pages are copyright protected & fully registered with the Library of Congress. We are not affiliated with any agency and we are not a tourism website. We have no financial gain in what we do.

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  • 2010 Eagle Lake Launch Ramps

SPALDING RAMP ICED OUT 12-10-10 and iced back over again and by 12-23 it was done for the rest of the season. Eagle Lake Marina still had open water for small boats 12 ft & under and on 12-30 one boat broke thru the ice to the channel and launched his boat. One more cold night might just do in the launching at the EL marina for the last day of the fishing season. WE HOPE OUR COVERAGE OF THE RAMPS WAS SATISFACORY FOR ALL OUR VIEWERS. WE WILL BEGIN ANOTHER RAMP ALBUM FOR 2011 PRIOR TO OPENING OF FISHING SEASON MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND. We also begin a new album every new year so once January rolls around you can continue to see the lake in her winter mode. The next big thing for the lake will be the creeks flowing (yes, please) and the spawn. No water this winter is going to cause more problems for the Lake so don't stop doing your rain/snow dance any time soon. We need more than Mother Nature has historically given us to bring our Lady back to her prime. We will be lucky if we even get to last years high water mark. It appears that we are off to a good start but we have seen this type of winter start out great but by January we began a nearly 3 month time of nothing but dry conditions so I am keeping my fingers crossed that we can at least reach an elevation of 5098ft...anything more will take a miracle.