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  • Spring 2008

SPRING 2008

*A Vision To Behold – Pisarik – p.5

            wilderness ethics; fishing; sharing the passion

*Judgement Day On Gabimichigami – Frentz – p.13

            adventure story; capsized canoe rescue; hypothermia

*Saganaga Six vs. The Ham Lake Fire – Manzo – p.18

            Sargonto Resort owners battle to save way of  life on Saganaga Lake

*Zulu Magic – Teach – p.26

            smallmouth bass fishing with soft plastic bait, subsurface

*The Bow Drill Fire – Burgman – p.32

            wilderness campfire tips

*Things That Bite – Anderson – p.35

            living with insects in canoe country

*A Style All Your Own – Osthoff & Kesselring – p.42

            advice on canoes, paddles, packs & other wilderness gear

*Campsite Evaluations – Foley – p.57

            campsite descriptions for Brent, Conmee & William Lakes, 27 sites

*Menaboju – Mead – p.65

            Indian legends, spirits, canoe camping mishaps

*A Northwoods Summer 1948 – Herubin – p.73

            work crew experiences on the white pine blister rust project

*Targeting BWCAW Walleyes – Maas – p.82

            how, when, where to fish walleyes on 10 of BWCAW’s best lakes

*Quetico’s Adopt-A-Lake Program – Volkening – p.93

            Quetico program for visitors to maintain campsites on a favorite lake

*Cabin Memories – Swanson – p.100

            family cabin, a special place, burns in 2007 Gunflint fire

*My Old Canoe – Aho – p.106

            poetry

Spring 2008

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