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  • Spring 2006

SPRING 2006

*Once More To The Lake Trout – Wanek – p.5

            spring lake trout fishing on Daniels Lake

*First Crack At Open Water – Ricker – p.11

            BWCAW route: Little Indian Sioux River, south to Bootleg Lake; ice out in April

*Rendezvous In The Bush – Carrier – p.16

            Quetico bushwhacking adventure; Camel,  Cairn

*Scented Plastics For The Ultralight Angler – Rowen – p.24

            in-depth tackle & tactics for smallmouth & walleyes

*Conversation With Sigurd Olson – Vickery – p.29

            1979 interview with the Boundary Water’s most eloquent spokesperson

*Wolves: Wilderness Icon – Furtman – p.33

            timber wolves expand range in northeast Minnesota; ecology & management

*Pretrip Planning: Formulating A Game Plan – Osthoff – p.41

            selecting a group & trip dates; identifying priorities & interests; selecting a route; reserving permits

*Ice Out Canoeing – Manzo – p.47

            paddling through April ice flows on Saganaga

*Non-Essential Gear – Foley – p.51

            handy camping equipment advice for canoe country

*Nineteen Years To The Day – Nollenberger – p.55

            a tragic accident takes a teen-age son; father returns years later for tribute; Burnt Lake BWCAW

*Favorite Canoe Tripping Partners – BWJ Readers – p.56

*Indelible Images From Fishing Canoe Country – Maas – p.69

            a veteran angler’s top 10 fishing memories in the BWCAW/Quetico

*Woodland Caribou Park – Prouty – p.79

            canoe tripping Woodland Park northwest of Quetico

*Dapper Diver – Prusi – p.95

            the hooded-merganser

*Ready, Camera, Action – Blazino – p.102

            how to tape your special canoe trip memories

Spring 2006

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