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  • Fall 2019

Fall 2019

Sweet September- Carrier- P. 4: Four older solo paddlers rendezvous on Burntside and Jean Lakes for fall fishing and solitude.  Keeping the canoe country passion alive by paddling smart and with the right crew.

Alpine Storm- Cook- P. 14:  Husband wife embrace challenging autumn winds and rain on this BWCAW route and delight in the peak color show.  Sag/Knife/Amoeber/Cherry/Hanson/Ogish/Alpine/Seagull

Dashwa’s First Trip- Paulsen- P. 22:  New parents, who are expert wilderness paddlers, introduce their infant son to the BWCAW, 18 day trip, Lake One area, heated wall tent, first snow of season and lots of quality family time. 

Grand Slam Spring/Summer 2019- Osthoff- P. 36: BWJ Publisher and wilderness guide, Stu Osthoff, recounts his Grand Slam Guide Service trips for the season, five Quetico trips plus Sutton River trip, lots of super-detailed info on how, when and where to pursue big fish.  Great trip planning advice and gear recommendations. 

Tuscarora Lake Enchantment-Zhuikov- P. 58:  Author guides her husband on the BWCAW route she first paddled 33 years ago.  A special reunion canoe trip with special memories from both trips. 

October Surprises- Wiegel- P. 66:  Rough, cold, snowy weather and a persistent camp bear make for a challenging October trip into Duncan Lake for this crew of guys. 

Collective Wisdom-Loading/Unloading Savvy- BWJ Field Editors- P. 70:  All the nitty-gritty details on how to load/unload/portage safely and efficiently.  Oftentimes, getting all the gear in/out of the canoe on rough landings is more of an art than carrying it all across the portage trail.  Hard earned advice from canoe country experts. 

Don’t Put Those Rods Away Yet- Teach- P. 94:  How, when and where to get into September fishing action for the big four in the BWCAW/Quetico.  Fall fishing is a different ballgame than summer- these tips will help you find the fish. 

Fall 2019

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