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Top 10 Reasons to Rent a Canoe

I started reading an article online about saving money at the pump when transporting a canoe. It was an older article when gas was a bit more expensive but it said when a vehicle has a car on it the

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Mosquito Magnets

The best thing about winter is there are no bugs. If I’m in an area where there are mosquitos then they will find me. Other people won’t even know they are there but I will be covered in bites. I

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Resolve To Paddle

If you’re making New Year Resolutions then I highly suggest you add paddling to your list. The beginning of a new year is a great time to set some personal goals and do some planning. Camping in the canoe country

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A Long BWCA Canoe Trip

We had the pleasure of meeting two adventurers at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters on Tuesday. Nick Canney and paddling partner Mujo Catic started their canoe trip on May 1st at the Stuart River Portage. They plan to camp and canoe in

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Boundary Waters Canoe Trip Video

A guest of ours put together a nice video of his group in the Boundary Waters. I love to see people’s videos and photos of their time spent in the canoe country wilderness. I also love to share these items

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Paddle the BWCA for the 4th of July

It’s somewhat of a secret that the Boundary Waters is unusually quiet over the 4th of July. It’s a perfect time to paddle and camp since the water is warm for swimming, the fishing is good and the bugs have

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Canoe Trip Plans

When are you paddling the Boundary Waters? I have a couple of trips I’m wanting to take this summer; one with my family and one with my son and his friend.  Of course my son and his friend think they

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Still Paddling

People are still paddling the Boundary Waters even though it may seem too late in the season for some folks. We had a couple of groups come off of the water today who reported good fishing and wildlife viewing. We

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Meet the Crew at Voyageur

I’m finally getting around to introductions of our Voyageur Crew on the day before two of them depart. Summer has flown by this year and we’re so sad to have two of our females leaving already. Abigail Dickinson is originally

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Anxiously Awaiting Return of Ely Challenge Participants

Two of our Voyageur Crew members are at the tail end of their canoe trip to Ely and back. They are paddling what is known as the Ely Challenge. It’s when a canoe crew leaves the Voyageur dock, paddles across

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