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Saganaga Sunset Loon Serenade

Tony and Brad were out on Saganaga Lake in the Boundary Waters for a little bit of fishing the other night but instead of catching something they were caught. The beauty of the wilderness, the song of the loon and

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The Wind Will Cease to Blow

Some people who read this blog might argue with me, especially if they were out in the canoe country recently.  I know I have written about this before but it is worth repeating. If it is super windy and wavy

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Moose on a Misty Morning

Here’s a great video captured by our towboat drivers on their way out to Saganaga Lake on a recent misty morning.  Thanks for sharing!

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Canoe Trip into the Quetico Park

When people plan a canoe trip into the Quetico Park from the end of the Gunflint Trail it usually involves getting a tow across Saganaga Lake from Voyageur Canoe Outfitters. We’re located right on the Seagull River with direct access

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Sunset on Saganaga

The crew was out for a night of fishing and caught some wonderful photos of the sunset.

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Here Fishy, Fishy

There’s some big fish being caught on Saganaga and most of them are being released. Only the big ones that won’t survive have been kept.

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Fishing Fun Without the Sun

Memorial Weekend is like fishing opener for those of us who live at the end of the Gunflint Trail. From the Trail’s End Landing through the Seagull River and all of the way out to Saganaga Lake the water is

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Boundary Waters Permit Time

It’s that time of the year again when folks can begin reserving permits to enter the Boundary Waters.  We’re lucky on the Gunflint Trail side of the BWCA because permits don’t often “sell out” but if your dates are set

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Deals of Christmas from Voyageur

If you are subscribed to Voyageur’s Email Newsletter list then you have something special waiting in your inbox. Just in case you’ve been busy over the weekend we thought we would share the email here. And, for those of you

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Managing Water

The good news is in Cook County Minnesota we don’t have to worry about not having enough water. We do worry about what type of fish and how many of them are in our lakes. The Minnesota DNR is working

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