I've been reading the reports of their clients trips & have got to say they do a good job. For those of you who have not done a bwcaw trip,you can get a good taste of what it is like. There are pics & maps to show you the areas covered in the 3-7 day trips.The site has alot of great features providing tips& info.The stories are great and they bring my mind back to those awesome trips. I'll say I've never been so at ease,peacefull as I get when I'm up there. It is a strenous trip & expierence helps to make the trip a good one.Having a guide is priceless if you've never done this before. Just packing correctly can save your life,not to mention your back on long portages. It looks like we are going this labor day for 4 days. We will put in below lake 1 on the Kawishiwi river.We will paddle across lake #1&2&4 then across Hudson &puts around a little to feed on gorp,then into Insula and all the way to the north end. Some days I'll go from there into Mary just for the eyes.I've always had walleyes to clean so my job is done. The other guys get to cook & clean.I hate that part so I make it my mission to be the meat getter & cleaner.That way I eat have a evening rum & coolaide and it's ni-ni time. 5:30a.m. comes fast,but no sense burning daylight.This pic is of Insula. There is more to the south ,but it's the north end we go to. The water goin into Mary is my walleye area.Look at all of the islands & there are a ton more under the waters surface.I never want to leave. The water is so clean I can drink water off of my paddle.
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People who fish for food, and sport be damned, are called pot-fishermen. The more expert ones are called crack pot-fishermen. All other fishermen are called crackpot fishermen. This is confusing. ~ Ed Zern, 1947