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  • Spring 2017


*Spring Lake Trout Circuit-Kangas-p. 4

May trip through Tuscarora/Gillis/Little Saganaga/Gabimichigami-for Lakers

*That Lake Bushwack-Brenton-p. 12

Quetico adventure from Wink Lake into That Lake-for Spring Lake Trout

*Spring Solo-Rhodehamel-p. 18

Man and his dog-alone in late-May on The Man chain route

*All in the Family-Bunton-p. 24

Three generations reflect on a lifetime of great Quetico trips-passing on the passion

*What’s in Your Canoe-Osthoff-p. 30

The definitive BWJ article on what to pack for a wilderness canoe trip and the rationale behind each item. Super-detailed, brand-name advice on the best, proven gear for BWCAW/Quetico trips

*First Trip/Last Trip-Steiner-p. 46

Two couples join up for what promises to be the first trip for one and the very last for the other; Beaver House/Cirrus/Kasakowog/McAlpine/Pickerel route

*Collective Wisdom-Life Lessons Learned in Canoe Country-p. 52

BWJ Field editors do some deep, soul-searching to share what a lifetime on the canoe trails has taught them. It’s about so much more than camping/canoeing/fishing.

*BWCAW Campsite Review-Monthei-p. 70

Polly/Koma/Kawasachong/Square/Kawishiwi Lakes; lots of great camps here

*Twice as Nice-Blazino-p. 81

Family trip to Crooked/Argo/Brent/Willian/Darky/Maligne River. This trip illustrates how much we miss the first time over a canoe route.

*Invasive Species Coming to Canoe Country-Brenton-p. 95

The threat of exotic plants and organisms is very real in Canoe Country, and there are steps each of us can take to minimize their spread into the wilderness.

Spring 2017

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