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Eagle River, Labrador
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Trouting was fantastic!
Posted 29 July 2013, 8:56 am NDT
Our water continues to drop about an inch a day but thanks to cold nights the water temps are still in the mid 60's which is very good. Our anglers are catching some salmon and grilse but the action is slow due to the water level. Our experienced anglers are still having multiple hook ups a day while our beginners are finding it more challenging.

Yesterday, Dwight took 6 of our guests to North River in Sandwich Bay for a day of Sea Trout fishing. And what a time they had! The trout were plentiful and it was a beautiful day fishing and relaxing on the beach at the south end of the 56km long 'Wonderstrand', a beautiful sandy beach on Labrador's coastline named by the Vikings. It was such a good time that some of the group who didn't go yesterday will be going today and the weather looks perfect for it.

There are some showers in the forecast for the next three days. We are hoping that it turns into a solid downpour to bring the river back to life and give us the August fishing that we know Eagle is fully capable of. We are hearing reports from locals in Sandwich Bay that there are still plenty of salmon at the head of the bay, which can only mean some more runs on the river. We expect that when the tides turn to build again, and the river gets some rain we will see a big increase in action.
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