Fin & Feather Resort




P.O. Box 321 Dryden


Latitude: 49.777945

Longitude: -93.202332

Bruce & Kim Legros


(807) 755-5200


(807) 755-2006

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Welcome To Fin & Feather Resort:


Our resort is located on Eagle Lake and just inside the mouth of the Eagle River. From our weather-protected location you can experience the best Walleye, Muskie, Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass fishing that Northwestern Ontario has to offer.


Trophy Angling:


Walleyes are found in excellent numbers with good eating sizes right up to huge trophy Walleye. Muskie are plentiful and can reach great sizes with a few over 50-inches caught and released by guests each year. Northern Pike are everywhere. Eagle Lake is a labyrinth of waterways, islands and weedy bays. It's the perfect structure and habitat for Pike to proliferate in great numbers and get big. Our guests are amazed at the frequency in which they are catching big Pike. Every rocky point and shoal is home to large hungry Smallmouth. Smallmouth Bass in Eagle Lake are known for their hard fight and their unusually large size.





In the fall we turn into the area's top hunting camp with outstanding hunting for Whitetail Deer, Wolf, Waterfowl and game-bird such as Ruffed Grouse, Spruce Grouse and Partridge.


Drawing lines on a map and connecting Dryden to Ignace to Kenora and then back to Dryden again, you have just drawn what has been called the Whitetail Triangle by Whitetail Deer hunting magazines. This area has been producing some of the most impressive Whitetail Deer Bucks in North America and success rates are outstanding.



Feeding on all those Whitetail Deer are Grey Wolf and Timber Wolf. Wolves often congregate where moose and deer paths reach the lake so they can take their pray out on the open ice. This is one of the prime spots we hunt for this challenging and sometimes elusive game.



There are many miles of animal paths, ATV trails and snowmobile trails you can walk down for excellent Grouse hunting. Eagle Lake is also within the boundaries of the Mississippi Flyway, which means multiple species of ducks and geese can be harvested when they stop on Eagle Lake to rest on their migration south.

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