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Cabins 7 & 8 from our private pebbly beach on Eagle Lake.

Cabins 7 & 8 from our private pebbly beach on Eagle Lake.

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Historic log lodge, circa 1900.

Historic log lodge, circa 1900.

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Returning to camp after a paddle on the Fish River.

Returning to camp after a paddle on the Fish River.

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New friendships forged while toasting marshmallows at the camp fire.

New friendships forged while toasting marshmallows at the camp fire.

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Memories to last a life time!

Memories to last a life time!

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Summer fun on the lake!

Summer fun on the lake!

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Kitchen, cabin 5 ("Guide Camp").

Kitchen, cabin 5 ("Guide Camp").

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Cozy sitting room in "Guide Camp", complete with cable TV and internet access.

Cozy sitting room in "Guide Camp", complete with cable TV and internet access.

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Native brook trout from a remote pond.

Native brook trout from a remote pond.

Mike Duni

Landlocked salmon from Eagle Lake.

Landlocked salmon from Eagle Lake.

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A happy fisherman with another Eagle Lake landlocked salmon!

A happy fisherman with another Eagle Lake landlocked salmon!

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Take a child fishing and she'll be hooked for life!

Take a child fishing and she'll be hooked for life!

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Ray's "catch of the day" - native brook trout.

Ray's "catch of the day" - native brook trout.

Wayne Bennett

Maine has the most abundant native brook trout fishery in the lower 48 and you can access much of it directly from Fish River Lodge!

Maine has the most abundant native brook trout fishery in the lower 48 and you can access much of it directly from Fish River Lodge!

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Fish River Falls.

Fish River Falls.

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Spring yearling.

Spring yearling.

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Wandering bull on the shore of Eagle Lake.

Wandering bull on the shore of Eagle Lake.

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Summer bull in velvet.

Summer bull in velvet.

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Spring bear.

Spring bear.

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Fall does.

Fall does.

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Loon on the lake.

Loon on the lake.

Denise Mucheson

Surprise!  A mink exploring our dock.

Surprise! A mink exploring our dock.

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Close encounter with a young moose at the camps.

Close encounter with a young moose at the camps.

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Duane's 403 lb. black bear.

Duane's 403 lb. black bear.

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Tatiana's first North American big game animal - a Maine black bear!

Tatiana's first North American big game animal - a Maine black bear!

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Hannah's black bear.

Hannah's black bear.

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Maine state record sow with cross-bow weighing in at 325 lbs. by Al Anza (MA).

Maine state record sow with cross-bow weighing in at 325 lbs. by Al Anza (MA).

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Caleb's first North American big game animal - a Maine bull moose!

Caleb's first North American big game animal - a Maine bull moose!

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A tall and wide rack at 54".

A tall and wide rack at 54".

Wayne Bennett

Another wide, 54" bull moose.

Another wide, 54" bull moose.

Scott Cyr

Bull moose are our specialty in September!

Bull moose are our specialty in September!

Wayne Bennett

The Wild Cheff with his trophy moose that also became excellent table fare.

The Wild Cheff with his trophy moose that also became excellent table fare.

Mike Michaud

Fish River Lodge operations manager and registered Maine master guide, Tenley Bennett, and her October bull moose.

Fish River Lodge operations manager and registered Maine master guide, Tenley Bennett, and her October bull moose.

Wayne Bennett

A limit of northern Maine ruffed grouse.

A limit of northern Maine ruffed grouse.

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Visit Aroostook!

Fish River Lodge

Get away from it all with a stay in one of our three-season cabins on Eagle Lake in the St. John Valley of northern Maine's Aroostook County.  Enjoy cabins in the tradition of a Maine family camp and others that have been remodeled for modern comfort and convenience.  You'll find easy access from Route 11 but our location at the end of Old Main Street feels far from the village only 1 1/2 miles away.  All cabins are fully equipped with kitchens and bathrooms with hot water and showers; all towels and bed linens included. Pack your personal belongings and leave your worries behind!  Amenities: pet-friendly; American plan; guide service; free canoe use for guests; Wi-Fi on premises; convenience stores, gas,restaurant, and post office in the village.

  • Address 316 Old Main Street PO Box 202 Eagle Lake, ME US 04739
  • Phone (207) 444-5207, (207)444-5207
  • Website fishriverlodge.com/index.php
  • Payments Accepted Cash, check, traveler check, bank check.
  • Hours

    We open for spring fishing after ice-out around mid-May and remain open through November.

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