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Bull Moose around Voyageur Canoe Outfitters

Our guests and crew have been spotting a bull moose lately. There were tracks in the parking lot the other morning and Matt saw him swimming in the rapids of the Seagull River.

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Swimming in Grand Marais, Minnesota

Torn- Chapter 5 I love to swim. When we’re on canoe camping trips in the Boundary Waters or Quetico Park I’ll sometimes swim three or four times a day. I am not talking about just taking a dip to cool

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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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Bald Eagles are Back

The bald eagles have returned to the end of the Gunflint Trail. As soon as there is any open water they come back. With the Seagull River opening up in front of the Voyageur lodge Ron was able to spot

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Time for a Quick Dip

With the sun shining brightly and a small hole opening up at the end of our dock on the Seagull River an idea was hatched. The bikinis were already on from sunning on the deck and the thermometer read 65

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Ice on the Seagull River

Overnight the water on the Seagull River turned into ice. It was liquid on Saturday and Sunday it was solid. The temperature hasn’t gotten above freezing since the 19th and it dipped down to 11 degrees last night. That’s the

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Sensational Sunset on the Seagull River

Absolutely stunning.  It was a cloudy evening and I didn’t expect there to be a good sunset because the sun wasn’t even peeking through the clouds. Then, with a just a few minutes before the sun was to dip beneath

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Walleye Spawn is On

While at Trail’s End Campground this weekend for the Ham Run I checked to see if the walleyes were spawning and they were! Stacked in the rapids like cord wood the walleyes were struggling to make their way up the

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Beautiful Weather on the Gunflint Trail

The sun has been shining brightly and the clouds have been scarce. It’s been absolutely gorgeous outside and on Sunday the temperature reached 71 degrees on the Gunflint Trail. With temperatures predicted to be in the 60’s the next few

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Loon Song

It won’t be long and we’ll be listening to the loons sing their songs. The Seagull River in front of Voyageur Canoe Outfitters is one of the first places we see open water in the spring. While it’s still frozen

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