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Saganaga Fire across the border from the BWCA

There have been a few small fires  in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and across the border on Saganaga Lake recently. One potentially dangerous wildfire was prevented by a group of homeowners and volunteers in the Northeast Arm of

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Tow Boat Service on Saganaga Lake

Looking for a tow boat ride across Saganaga Lake? Look no further, we’ve got you covered. We leave right from our dock on the Seagull River and can give you a head start on your BWCAW trip or  Quetico Park

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Saganaga holds onto its ice

An icy opener on Saganaga this year. Not enough to stand on but not enough to push through either. We’ll see what this week brings but we’re guessing it will be gone by next weekend!

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BWCA open for business

Great news for people looking to head into the BWCA! Saganaga Lake is open all the way to Clark Island! OK, so it’s the first island on Sag but keep in mind there are campsites on Clark and in the

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Harvesting Ice

It’s been a few years since I helped with ice on Saganaga. On the Canadian side of the lake the resorts would harvest their own ice to use during the summer. Last year Cassidy and Matt went to help Ryan

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Saganaga Lake Boundary Waters Trip

Layne Kennedy shared this video of his Boundary Waters Canoe trip on Saganaga this past summer. His dog Mazzie is the star. It sure makes me long for those summer days in the BWCA. Mazzie Goes Camping from Layne Kennedy

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Summer Sunsets on Saganaga

  There are some gorgeous sunsets in the canoe country. These sunsets can sometimes be made even more beautiful with the help of a hazy sky due to distant forest fires.   This was the case on Saganaga a week

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Walleye Fishing Open on Saganaga Lake

Ice conditions throughout the state of Minnesota are in varying conditions. This is preventing some fishing enthusiasts from getting out and enjoying one of their favorite winter time activities.  The good news is, we have ice in Northern Minnesota and

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Water Skipping on Saganaga

Maybe not quite water skipping because there was a layer of ice beneath the 4-6 inches of water on top of the ice but it was close.  Cabin owners came down the lake from the Canadian side of Saganaga yesterday

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Another Canoe Story

Earlier this summer we had a strange thing happen at Voyageur. We have a guest who only paddles in the Boundary Waters and he only comes to Saganaga Lake through Voyageur. He comes up the Gunflint Trail a few times

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