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Rooster Chaser

BWCA School Trip

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We are taking a group of six students and three adults on a canoe trip next week (Sept 18-21. We are entering at Farm Lake and planning on going to Clear Lake, and both the North and South Kawishiwi River areas. Any thoughts out there from anyone pertaining to fishing or camp sites? Would like the kids to be able to catch a few fish, and have some shore lunch. Any advice pertaining to lures, bait, presentations, etc. would be much appreciated.

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Hi Rooster Chaser:

Welcome to FM. Good to have you here. grin.gif

I haven't been on that route, but I'm sure if you check back now and then you'll see comments from people who have.

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Rooster Chaser Welcome aboard you should find out what you need to know right hear good luck smirk.gif.

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