Eagle Lake Fishing Report near Tatlayoko Lake, British Columbia
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by Bobby Cooper
on March 25th
Eagle Lake is 1,187.39 ha with a max depth of 48.16 m and a mean depth of 17.9 m. Fishing pressure is low for stocked rainbows that average 2lbs and run up to 8lbs and wild kokanee. Trolling is the best way to fish here. Except in exceptionally hot years, fishing stays good through the summer. The lake is usually iced over from November-May.
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