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Fishing opener on Saganaga?

Not this year if you want to fish the whole lake.

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It’s official, the tow boats are in the water!

The first step to getting ready to take the first tow boat ride of the season has been completed. The boat is in the water and ready to explore wherever the lack of ice will allow.

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Best Place to begin a Boundary Waters trip

If you’re looking for a canoe trip outfitter for gear and supplies or just a place to rest your head the night before you begin your Boundary Waters Canoe trip then look no further. Voyageur Canoe Outfitters would love to

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Towboat Service on Saganaga Lake

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could guarantee seeing moose on every towboat ride out to Saganaga Lake or the Quetico Park? Unfortunately we can’t guarantee it but we can say it does happen and it’s always thrilling when it

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Pack it in, Pack it out

The actions of people never cease to amaze me. Over the years we’ve heard and seen quite a few strange, crazy and sometimes unbelievable things. One of these crazy things happened on August 21st at the Saganaga Public Landing on

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Careless Campers Start Fire on Saganaga Island

On the afternoon of September 22nd around 4pm our crew member Alex noticed smoke. He was out on Saganaga Lake and was returning from a tow out to Hook Island or American Point. He veered off of his course to

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Sunrises and Sunsets

Tony has been sharing some of his photos with me and I’d love to share them with you. This morning he woke up to a rainbow over the Seagull River. Thanks for sharing Tony!

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The Loon Whisperer

On Saganaga Lake the other day I decided to start a conversation with a loon. This conversation went much better than any previous discussion I’ve had with a loon. Take a listen for yourself.

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Watching the Ice Melt

Who predicted the ice on Saganaga would go out when? We can never remember but we know it will disappear eventually.  The temperature is still dipping below freezing on most nights but the daytime highs have been balmy.  The sun

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Winter in September

While the other day we experienced summer in September today we had winter. Rumors circulated about the sighting of snow falling around the mid-trail region but we didn’t see any flakes at Voyageur. It was chilly with a high temperature

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