Northern Pike Fishing on Eagle Lake, Ontario
Northern Pike are prolific in Eagle Lake. They are eager to attack any bait you're using and they don't seem to care whether you are a beginner or expert. Twenty-five pound pike are not common here, (we think the 100 pound muskies probably eat them) but fish half that size are taken regularly, with many each year in the 15 to 20 pound range.
Northern Pike Fishing Regulations
Open Season: Jan. 1 to April 14 and 3rd Saturday in May – December 31st
Limits: Sport license – 4 in possession
Conservation license – 2 in possession
Size Restrictions: You cannot keep a Northern Pike between 27.6” – 35.4” (70-90 cm). You are allowed to keep one Northern Pike over the slot size of 35.4” as a trophy.