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Best Footwear for the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

Most everyone who has paddled and camped in the Boundary Waters has an opinion about the best footwear for a canoe trip. Heck, I even had an opinion back in 2005 according to a long ago published blog I wrote

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Campfires in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

When I solo camp and paddle in the Boundary Waters I never start a campfire. It isn’t because I don’t like campfires it’s just that I’m too lazy to gather firewood, I don’t want to worry about making sure it’s

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When is your favorite time to paddle the Boundary Waters?

I’ll take a Boundary Waters canoe trip any chance I get but if I had to plan one trip sometime during the paddling season I would have to choose late August or sometime during the month of September. I love

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Cooking fish at your BWCA campsite

One thing loyal blog readers probably know about me is I don’t like to cook. This lack of love for cooking is just as prevalent at home as it is when I’m camping in the BWCA. Combine the fact I

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Best BWCA Food and Menu Hacks

We’re looking for your best food and menu hacks for your Boundary Waters canoe trip. We sometimes act like we know everything but I know there food tips and tricks out there I have never thought of.  As a person

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Boundary Waters Traditions

Is getting there half the fun of a Boundary Waters canoe trip? Maybe not, but even I have a tradition for post BWCAW canoe trips. It depends upon where we paddle, camp, enter and exit the Boundary Waters but no

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Distract yourself by planning a Boundary Waters canoe trip

It’s still winter in northern Minnesota but like everywhere else in the world the Coronavirus scare has reached us. The good news is we do a pretty good job of social distancing without even trying. We have always said the

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Boat Launch across Saganaga Lake

Ferry service on Saganaga Lake.  Tow to entry point on Sag Lake. Ferry, transport, haul you and your canoes farther into the Boundary Waters. No matter how you say it Voyageur Canoe Outfitters is your Boundary Waters outfitter for a

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Reserve your Boundary Waters Canoe Trip Permit

It’s time to reserve your Boundary Waters Canoe trip permit for the 2020 canoeing and camping season. Permits to enter the BWCA can be reserved beginning Wednesday, January 29th at 9am. Feel free to give us a call at Voyageur

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Boundary Waters ice fishing for free

This weekend you can go ice fishing for free if you bring along a child younger than 16 years of age. This is a great opportunity to get out at least once during the winter fishing season. While Josh was

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