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  Last Visit: 07/22/2024 05:40PM

Entry Point 23 - Mudro Lake

Mudro Lake entry point allows overnight paddle only. This entry point is supported by Kawishiwi Ranger Station near the city of Ely, MN. The distance from ranger station to entry point is 19 miles. Three accesses into Mudro Lake involve portages ranging from 20–185 rods.Easiest access is from private la nd with parking fee.

Number of Permits per Day: 5
Elevation: 1166 feet
Latitude: 48.0356
Longitude: -91.8301
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bottomtothetap
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09/10/2023 07:56PM
 
New Trip Report posted by bottomtothetap

Trip Name: Back To The BWCA On Basswood--The Boundary Waters Feels Like Home.

Entry Point: 24

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missmolly
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09/10/2023 08:32PM
 
Well told. Thanks!

I will paddle eternal, Kevlar and carbon.
SaganagaJoe
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09/11/2023 09:20AM
 
Looks like a good time.


What is your trailer setup like (weight of trailer, placement of cross bars, etc.)?

aka HermitThrush "Such sights as this are reserved for those who will suffer to behold them." -Eric Sevareid
bottomtothetap
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09/11/2023 10:47AM
 
Can't tell you much about the trailer as it was loaned for this trip to Jim of our group who borrowed it from his brother. I do know it was an aluminum trailer with a fold-down ramp. His brother took it upon himself to custom build a rack for us out of two by fours to haul our two canoes! The rack was tightly secured with ratchet straps to tie-down loops on the trailer bed. We hauled our packs on the trailer under the canoes and secured them to the rack with plastic zip-ties or ratcheted them down just to make sure they didn't decide to take their own trip along the way. Fishing rods and paddles were secured up inside of the canoes with bungee-dealy-bobs. This set up worked well!
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