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Entry Point 16 - Moose/Portage River (North of Echo Trail)

Moose/Portage River (north) entry point allows overnight paddle only. This entry point is supported by La Croix Ranger Station near the city of Ely, MN. The distance from ranger station to entry point is 27 miles. Access is a 160-rod portage heading North from the Echo Trail.

Number of Permits per Day: 7
Elevation: 1348 feet
Latitude: 48.1230
Longitude: -92.0991
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spankatolla
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06/23/2009 06:43AM
 
New Trip Report posted by spankatolla

Trip Name: Boulder Bay 2009.

Entry Point: 16

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alpine525
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06/23/2009 07:42AM
 
Nice trip report - and great pictures of fish!

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wawasee
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06/23/2009 09:19AM
 
Nice trip glad you got to relax. We headed in on Monday June 8th through Little Indian Sioux.
bumabu
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06/23/2009 04:44PM
 
It great to see so many are taking their kids up north!!!

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rlhedlund
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06/23/2009 04:45PM
 
Thanks for posting the report and all the fish pics.

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520eek
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07/23/2009 02:40PM
 
Thanks for the report, it was an enjoyable read!

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Camp Cook
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07/24/2009 10:28AM
 
Thanks for the report. I stayed at that camp site a few years ago; definitely 5 star in my book.
bojibob
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07/26/2009 05:42PM
 
Nice report. That Canoe of yours looks like it could go through a nuclear war and still float. What does it weigh?

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spankatolla
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07/27/2009 11:57AM
 
Canoe weighs in at a slim and trim 95#. One guy can portage it, but why? I installed two yokes with pads and me and my buddy portage it together. I know there is a lot of people who would disagree with this method, however we work well together and I watch his every step.
nojobro
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08/05/2009 12:17PM
 
I was especially interested in the adventures you had w/ the fish, esp. the northern on your stringer. How funny. And the duckling. Thanks for taking the time to write it up!
Parnell
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08/07/2009 07:57PM
 
Thank you for the report. I am taking my 12 yr. old son, #16 entry point for the first time. This report gives him something to look forward to.
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