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Canoe Trips

Boundary Waters:

Boundary Waters Campsites

Bois Brule River

Flambeau River

Kickapoo and Mecan Rivers

Menonomee River

Sylvania Wilderness

Wisconsin's Flowages

Wolf and Peshtigo Rivers


Boats & Gear

Boundary Waters Gear List

Bell Wildfire (Royalex)

Blackhawk Ariel

Mad River Independence (sold)

Wenonah Prism (sold)
-cane seat installation
-thwart replacement

Custom portage pads

Seat-mounted portage yoke

Outside canoe shelter

Inside canoe storage



Camping on Wisconsin's Flowages

Some of my favorite places are the Willow and Turtle-Flambeau Flowages in northern Wisconsin. Following are a few pictures from several trips to those magic places.

Willow Flowage: I prefer to camp on an island, but this mainland site was remote and very peaceful.

Willow Flowage


Willow Flowage: my Wenonah SoloPlus packed up and ready to go home. This was my first flowage trip and I used a paddle. In all future trips I rowed, which was much faster and less tiring in wind and waves.


Willow Flowage: rowing my Wenonah Prism.

Rowing Prism


Willow Flowage: ready to head out for a few days.

Willow Flowage


Willow Flowage: just returned with a load of firewood.


Willow Flowage: the view while rowing, which is looking back toward where I've come from.

Willow Flowage


Turtle-Flambeau Flowage: the Prism, my bike, and my Bell Wildfire (in Royalex) for any biking or river paddling I might do while on the trip.

Turtle-Flambeau Flowage


Turtle-Flambeau Flowage: just got to the landing.

Turtle-Flambeau Flowage


Turtle-Flambeau Flowage: packed up and ready to head out.

Turtle-Flambeau Flowage



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Last updated June 20, 2011
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