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Current Fire restrictions in the BWCAW Sag area.

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I cannot find a website for current fire restrictions. I'm headed to sag soon and am wondering whether we can have a camp fire or not. Thanks.

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I'm fairly certain that you can have fires in fire grates. You can call USFS in Grand Marais 218-387-1750

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Thanks gunflint. Casey, I've tried that link a few times and it comes up server not found.

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All the USFS sites were down for a day or two. They are up and running now.

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I called the grand marais station (thanks gunflint); there are no restrictions at this time.

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