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Recommended Boundary Waters and Quetico Fishing Canoe Routes

The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Quetico Provincial Park lakes are teeming with fish. There are a number of great canoe routes with a variety of different species of fish. The most sought after fish in the BWCA and Quetico are Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Smallmouth Bass. While some people come to the canoe country just to paddle and camp in the wilderness others come for the sole purpose of fishing. Find the wilderness canoe trip route that is perfect for your next BWCA or Quetico fishing trip.

Boundary Waters Quetico Park Canada's Crownland
Small Mouth Bass Seagull Base Camp

Duncan, Rose

Seagull, Knife, Saganaga
Blackstone

Man Chain

Saganagons Base Camp
Mowe, Plummes
Walleye Saganga, Alpine, Seagull

Seagull, Knife, Saganaga
Saganagons Base Camp

Kawnipi
Northern Light, Wantello
Lake Trout Saganaga Base Camp Man chain

McEwan, Glacier
Mowe, Plummes
Northern Pike Seagull, Knife, Saganaga

Brant, Gabimichigami, Seagull
Kawnipi

Saganagons Base Camp
Northern Light Base camp
 

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