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Outdoor enthusiasts find information about wildlife, camping products, the Boundary Waters, Quetico Park, and life on the Gunflint Trail.
2020-05-22 14:24
Walleyes in Saganaga Lake of the Boundary Waters spawn in the Seagull River in the spring. They swim against the current and make their way through the rapids and to the falls between Seagul… Read More
Boundary Waters Open For Camping
2020-05-21 16:32
The Boundary Waters Canoe Area is open for overnight canoeing and camping. At Voyageur Canoe Outfitters we are super excited to be a part of your BWCA canoe trip. It’s been a crazy tim… Read More
Boundary Waters And Black Bears
2020-05-13 18:27
I don’t like to see bears when I’m camping in the Boundary Waters or when they are rummaging through our garbage cans at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters but I do love to see them. They… Read More
2020-05-07 18:03
The spawn is on! We were able to see quite a few walleyes in the Seagull River yesterday. It’s always neat to see the various sizes of fish as they make their way against the current… Read More
2020-05-04 22:07
We had a wonderful time canoeing on Sunday. There is still ice on Saganaga and the bigger lakes on the Gunflint Trail so we found a creek to paddle. The weather wasn’t perfect as it wa… Read More
Ice, Ice Baby On The Gunflint Trail
2020-05-01 16:49
The lakes on the Gunflint Trail still have ice on them. The swamps, ponds and rivers are relatively ice free. There are different methods of determining when the ice will be off of the lakes… Read More

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