Whether you are a hard-core muskie angler or an aspiring bass-master, a fly-fishing trout enthusiast or a parent taking the kids out for their first fishing adventure, the Eagle River area in Northern Wisconsin remains a premier Midwest fishing destination.
And it's no wonder. Northern Wisconsin has one of the largest concentrations of water bodies in the world. At Wild Eagle Lodge, you will have access to the largest chain of inland lakes in the world - the Eagle River Chain of 28 Lakes! There are so many lakes in the Eagle River area, in open water season, you can actually fish a different lake or stream every day and never the same one twice.
These waters are home to muskellunge, walleye, perch, trout, small-mouth and large-mouth bass, sauger, northern pike, and a variety of panfish such as crappie, pumpkinseed and bluegill.
There are many experienced guides in the area to help put you on the fish you seek. Or simply launch a boat, stroll along the shoreline or, in winter, explore a frozen lake in search of an ice-fishing hot spot.
Also, don't forget to check out our fishing packages and let us know if there is anything you need. We will go out of our way to make your trip great.
Protect our fisheries: Due to the increasing threat to our natural water resources by the spread of aquatic invasive species, you are required to clean and disinfect your boat, trailer and equipment before you launch to ensure you are not transporting invasive plants or animals.
For the latest information on Wisconsin's fishing regulations, please visit http://dnr.wi.gov/fish/seasons/