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  • Summer 2014
SUMMER 2014
*Circumnavigating Quetico – Gregoire – p. 4
Father/son reconnect on a 17-day trip around the Quetico perimeter; adventure travel, no fishing
*50th Anniversary Of Wilderness Act – Monthei – p. 10
a look back at the 1964 National Wilderness Act: the unique history of how the BWCAW became a designated wilderness area and what the future holds for "America's Favorite Wilderness Area"
*Paddling The Pagami Burn – Friedrichs – p. 19
paddling through the BWCAW's largest forest fire zone (93,000 acres) two years after the blaze; seeing the rebirth of the forest and an update on campsites and more
*Girl Scouts In The BWCAW – McNally – p.24
50 years of Girl scouting/canoe tripping in the BWCAW, program leaders recall trip highlights and scouting accomplishments
*Canoe Country Grand Slam Sereis Part 4-Northern Pike – Osthoff, Brauer, Fisk – p. 32
the definitive BWJ article on when, how and where to fish BWCAW/Quetico northern pike; super-detailed advice on tactics and tackle: includes pike lakes index with synopsis and ratings for 35 Quetico lakes and 33 BWCAW lakes
*The Ultimate Day Trip – Morris – p. 49
solo kayak trip from Ely to Gunflint in less than 24 hours
*Collective Wisdom – Beating The Heat – p. 58
BWJ field editors give valuable advice for coping with summer heat while paddling, portaging and camping
*Tackling Top-End Smallmouth – Teach – p.78
targeting 20-inch plus smallmouth with the Strike King Zulu 5-inch soft plastic jerk baits
*Seeking Peace – Prouty – p.82
wilderness essay
*Rock Solid Return – Weiss – p. 91
returning a BWCAW rock souvenir to its rightful place on the Granite River

Summer 2014

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