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  • Spring 2015
*Ice-Out Indoctrination – Richard – p. 4
a rookie joins veteran paddlers up Agnes, S chain for early season fishing and paddling adventure
*Spring Escape – Demmer – p. 10
husband & wife get out early to paddle the Pagami burn through Kawishiwi Lake to Malberg then Lady chain east to Sawbill; a scary spill in the current of the Phoebe River with cold water provides lessons for all
*221 Day Canoe Country Solo – Fiedler – p. 18
BWJ photographer Gary Fiedler lives his dream trip, a continuous solo trip in the BWCAW & Quetico from March 20 to October 26; here he awaits a late ice out on Fall Lake and watches spring come alive in the Boundary Waters
*Wilderness Canoe Tripping At The Highest Level – Osthoff – p. 28
the definitive BWJ article on developing a mindset to make the absolute most of your canoe trips: trip planning, canoeing, paddling, portaging, camp savvy, gear, real food menus and a serious fishing approach; the more you put into wilderness canoe tripping, the more you'll get back out of it; this article tells you how to make this happen
*The Alec Boostrom Story – Blackwell – p. 49
living off the land on the Gunflint Trail from 1914–1967; fascinating historical account of Boostrom's work on the International Boundary Survey crew from 1915–1918; also trapping, fishing, guiding and homesteading in the Boundary Waters
*Top Five Walleye Lures – Brauer – p. 58
the best proven strategies and tackle for canoe country walleyes, when to use what; valuable walleye advice from a real expert
*Collective Wisdom – Paddle Power – p. 64
BWJ field editors share lots of paddle stroke advice: bent shaft vs straight shaft, hut stroke vs J-stroke; special paddling situations: wind, current, angling, kids and more
*Rules Of Engagement In The BWCAW – Friedrichs – p. 94
strange but true tales illustrating the BWCAW regulations and why it is so important for us all to follow and respect them

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