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  • Spring 2012

SPRING 2012

*Lessons Of The Lakes – Sproat – p.5

focuses on the life lessons that teenagers can learn on the canoe trails. Gunflint Trail canoe routes

 *Pagami Fire Scramble – Stierman – p.9

this group had to abort their fishing plans and dodge the massive Pagami Creek forest fire through Insula/Thomas; sound advice if you are ever caught by a forest fire

*Hunters Island Showdown – Osthoff & Kesselring – p.16

account of this classic route through Quantico; authors co-guide a group of eight with contrasting canoe tripping styles; lots of great gear, paddling, portaging & camping advice

*Walleyes Before The Storm – Maas – p.36

            savvy BWCAW "how to" advice; targeting trophies as storm fronts approach

*Listening Point – Heather Monthei – p.40

A close-up look at the history and impact of Sigurd Olson's Burntside Lake retreat; this was the place that inspired the Boundary Waters most revered writer and conservationist

*Coping With Rain – Foley – p.45

strategies for keeping dry in canoe country; from boots to raingear, tents and tarps

*Pike Of A Lifetime – Walsh – p.54

            the story behind a Cirrus Lake 47" monster pike with 23-inch girth

*Collective Wisdom – Top Ten Tips For Rookies – p.56

great advice on avoiding the common greenhorn pitfalls

*Minnesota Citizen Lake Monitoring Program – Volkening – p.76

how BWCAW paddlers help collect water quality samples on canoe trips to help manage the area's lakes

*BWCAW Campsite Review – Hicks – p.78

            Finger, Pocket, Gebeonequet, Green, Rocky and Oyster Lakes

*From Pixels To Paint—Stephen J. Kraseman, Quetico Artist – Nelson – p.91

*Why Squirrels Don’t Swim – Hillman – p. 96

            story about a man and his animal friend

Spring 2012

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