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Boundary Waters and Quetico Fishing Canoe Routes

The lakes in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Quetico Provincial Park are teeming with fish. Some canoe country campers don’t even bring along a fishing rod while for others fishing is the sole purpose of the canoe camping trip. For those who want to catch fish on their wilderness canoe trip it’s important to plan the canoe route appropriately. 
There are four main species of fish sought after by people paddling the BWCA and Quetico Park, Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Smallmouth Bass.  Not every lake has all species of fish so make sure to plan your route for the type of fish you want to catch.  We’ve listed a few fishing route ideas for you below but feel free to call or email us for more recommendations.

BWCA fishing trips                 Boundary Waters fishing trips

 
  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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