1802 Durance Rd, Vermilion Bay, ON P0V 2V0, Canada

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888-727-5865

http://www.andymyerslodge.com/

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Monday 9:00 AM - 9:00 PMOpen now
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM


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Canada Fishing & Hunting on Eagle Lake Ontario | Andy Myers Lodge

Canada's premier destination for Canada fishing trips and hunting on beautiful Eagle Lake, Ontario Canada. Contact us to book a trip of a lifetime!

blair Pasternak said 3 years ago
great fishing been at many resorts these guides are into fishing. Certain guides for certain fish ups your odds. Plus they teach you different techniques. My goal a 45 inch muskie by noon had a 48 - new goal 50 inch 2:00Pm brought in a 51. Staff great our cabin nice and clean - dock staff awesome - last day limit of walleyes. Guides come to your cabin and review places on the map to try on your own - they truly want you to do good -
Julia Serafin said 3 years ago
Just got home and missing it already! Julian and the entire staff were amazing. Thank you for everything & we can't wait to come back
Jason Chesser said 3 years ago
Absolutely the best fishing and experience all together. The guides are amazing and the staff are truly some of the most helpful. Mine and my girlfriends experience was more like a family fishing trip. Getting to know the other gests and here the stories at the end of the day of the monster muskies or the hundred walleyes cought off beautiful Eagle lake. We chose a fly out day and caught 400 fish from perch to walleye to pike just incredible fishing. Thanks to Julian,Steve, Trevon,Jamie, scott,and brad for the great fishing experience! Well worth every penny!
Bobby Ormston said 4 years ago
I won't go back! The guides only work 8 to 3. Your setting on the bank during the best Musky fishing time of the day. Unfortunately, I left a large Musky tackle box there. It's been over 45 days, & despite numerous contacts & promises from Julian, the owner, it has still not been returned!
Reza Samanian said 3 years ago
Great spot! Huge muskies! I'm coming back every year!

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