How big are the lakes?
The big lake is about 3.5 acres and the small lake is 1.5 acres.
Both lakes are small enough to fish from shore or by wading.
Float tubing is allowed in the big lake.
to view a map of the lakes.
How do I get to Eagle Canyon?
for a map showing the general location of Eagle Canyon.
Detailed driving directions will be forward to you upon booking.
The lakes are about 25 minutes from Red Bluff, California.
Will my group have exclusive access to the lakes?
That depends on the size of your group.
Any group with 4 or more anglers will enjoy exclusive access to our facilities.
If you have less than 4 in your party, you may be joined by anglers from a different party.
When we mix groups, we allow no more than four anglers total.
to view rates for different group sizes.
Do I need a fishing license?
No. A fishing license is not required to fish at Eagle Canyon.
What days of the week are the lakes open?
The lakes are open every day of the week.
We schedule a rest day before each booking to ensure the best possible fishing.
The lakes are not fished more than 2 days in a row.
How big are the fish?
Our average fish is 6 pounds.
The smallest fish are about 3 pounds and the largest are over 15 pounds.
Can I keep any fish?
No. The lakes are open to catch and release fly fishing only.
Do I need to use a float tube?
No. About two-thirds of our guests fish from shore or wade.
You can catch plenty of fish from shore.
Can you provide float tubes to rent?
Yes! We have five "Fish Cat" float tubes available to rent, complete with stripping baskets and flippers.
We charge $20 per day to rent a tube.