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  • Summer 2005

SUMMER 2005

*Canoe Country Anniversary – Seibel – p.5

BWCAW route: Little Indian Sioux River, Loon, Lac La Croix, Beartrap River, Sterling Lake; Primitive Management Area

*Boundary Waters Black Bears – Furtman – p.11

            black bear ecology & behavior

*Build It: Paddle It – Johnson – p.21

            building 26-foot cedar strip, fiberglass voyageur canoes & tripping through Quetico

*My Favorite Fishing Trips – Murray – p.26

            memorable catches; all four species

*Carefree Summer Tripping – Kesselring – p.32

*Storms Over Quetico – Mead – p.37

            weathering wind & rain in Quetico

*Wings Over Canoe Country – Prouty – p.43

            bird watching on canoe trips; 55 species to count

*Blueberries – Fleck – p.49

            a blueberry pancake special breakfast

*Living On The Edge – Editor’s Column – Osthoff – p.53

            spring happenings in the North Country; smallmouth BWCAW trip Coxey Pond & Silica Lake

*Travels To Kawnipi – Foley – p.56

            3 routes; all lead to Kawnipi Lake; campsites; fishing

*The Rock – BWJ Readers – p.64

            a special 2.7 billion-year-old boulder on Knife Lake

*Canoe Country Wildlife Encounters – BWJ Readers – p.68

            moose, bears, eagles, wolves

*Final Canoe Trip – Robertson – p.76

Fly in Clay Lake, Wawiag River, Kawnipi, Russell, Sturgeon, Maligne River; 78-year-old says goodbye to canoe country

*Fit To Paddle – Prouty – p.81

            getting into paddling & portaging shape

*Solo Down Memory Lane – Vogel – p.93

            solo trip: Saganaga, Kawnipi, fishing solo tips

*We Will Be Back – Chenowith – p.99

BWCAW route: Stuart River & Lake, Rush, Dark, Iron, Crooked, Lac La Croix, Ge-be-on-e-quet, Oyster, Moose River

Summer 2005

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