The Eagle River is a tributary to the South Thompson drainage which originates on the western slopes of the Monashee Mountains near Revelstoke, Sicamous, B.C. (Figure 1). The watershed covers 1350 km2 and comprises about 8.5% the entire South Thompson river drainage area (Whelen et al, 1982). The Eagle flows through four lakes (Clanwilliam, Victor, Three Valley and Griffin) and has two major tributaries (Perry River and Crazy Creek).
Sebastian, Dale. 1988. Rainbow Trout (Salmo gairdneri) Production Characteristics of the Eagle River - Tributary to Shuswap Lake, 1986. Recreational Fisheries Branch. Fisheries Report