Eagle Lakes ALMOST SPRING Newsletter Eaglelakers, Eastern Washington has continued to get pounded with cold weather and lots of snow through the first week in March. It’s not surprising that we finally got a winter but how late it is and how long its lasting. The birds should be staging and getting ready for […]
End of Season Newsletter February 1, 2018 Eagle Lakers, The season just wrapped up on Sunday and all the fun is over. Now the hard work begins. The guides are already back at it after a couple days off. They will be filling in goose pits the rest of the week. Then they move into […]
EAGLE LAKES SPRING NEWSLETTER March 14, 2017 The weather is finally letting up enough for the guides to get out and start preparing for next season. We have weeks of repairs and clean up from the January and early February storms, including considerable flood damage on the farm in the corn circles. Several dikes will […]
October 17, 2016 Opening Weekend Eagle Lakers, Opening weekend was a smashing success. We harvested almost 80 limits of ducks in the first two days (mostly mallards and pintails.) The birds worked fabulously. The weather was nasty with lots of wind and rain. It’s the first time in a long time that we haven’t had […]
October News The 2015-16 hunting season is off to a blazing start. The duck hunting has been very good. We have been limiting the majority of our groups everyday. It hasn’t been easy by any means, over half the hunters are having to go back out in the afternoon to finish up. I couldn’t […]
Opening weekend couldn’t have been much better under the circumstances. As of Tuesday the 20th we have harvested 68 limits of ducks and only a few groups have not limited. We have had great goose shooting so far this season. As of today we have limited 7 groups of goose hunters almost all honkers. Todays […]
Two great Mule Deer were taken Monday to kick off 2014 mule deer season. We made several successful stalks with Mark and Mark both connecting on quality mule deer. These animals are great for the freezer as they are feeding primary on wheat, canola, and grasses.