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Eardley Lake

cabin on eardley lakeEardley Lake boasts numerous islands and reefs; an endless variety of structure that provides habitat and forage for fierce trophy Northern and tasty Walleye in quantities that will test your angling endurance. Eardley is an east-west oriented lake that is intersected about mid-point by the Assinika River. The highly oxygenated water spawns healthy schools of bait fish and fosters the growth of lush underwater cover that the fishery thrives on. To say this lake has a healthy fish supply would be an understatement.

In July, 2000, a group of 8 anglers from the Fenlon party caught and recorded 2,994 fish — in one week! It’s an astounding number of fish for most to comprehend, but for those of us who are familiar with our lakes, more than believable. This is what you always imagined an outpost adventure would be. Walleye average 18"-24" (46-61cm) in this area, and Northern Pike average 27"-40" (69-102cm), with many master anglers.

Cabin Details

We are the only outfitter on the lake, where our cabin is located on an island at the west end with a western exposure. Here you find a twelve-person frame cabin with screen porch, full kitchen with one refrigerator and one freezer, gas stove, hot & cold running water, indoor bathroom and shower. The kitchen is fully equipped with all pots, pans, utensils & dishes. Outside there is a barbecue and propane fish cooker provided as well as a screened-in fish house with running water. The site has solar power and a wood stove for heat.

Boats & Motors

This outcamp has five 14′ Lund boats 15 h.p. motors. We supply life jackets swivel seats, landing nets, anchors, paddles and gas.

GPS Coordinates

N52° 31.579′ W96° 10.733′

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Distance and Flight Time

Guests staying at Eardley Lake will drive to our Float base in Lac du Bonnet or fly to Winnipeg where we can assist to arrange round trip transportation to and from our Float base. Your flight to Eardley Lake is 155 miles which will take approximately one hour and 15 minutes by sea plane.

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