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Entry Point 14 - Little Indian Sioux River North

Little Indian Sioux 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 32 miles. Access is a 40-rod portage heading North from the Echo Trail.

Number of Permits per Day: 6
Elevation: 1364 feet
Latitude: 48.1466
Longitude: -92.2103
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Arkansas Man
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07/08/2010 11:58AM
 
New Trip Report posted by Arkansas Man

Trip Name: A week of R & R on Little Loon.

Entry Point: 14

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Good Paddling, Great Fishing, and God Bless All...
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wawasee
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07/08/2010 12:29PM
 
You are a blessed man to have a wife that will go on canoe trips with you. My wife considers the Four Seasons roughing it!
alpine525
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07/08/2010 12:38PM
 
This was a great trip report - I really enjoyed the photos. Thanks for sharing!

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TuscaroraBorealis
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07/08/2010 01:33PM
 
Great report & photos. Very informative. Appreciate the campsite evaluations.
fishguts
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07/08/2010 03:40PM
 
Really a nice report, loved the photos, good enough to re-read.

fishguts
Cedarboy
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07/08/2010 03:48PM
 
Nice report ArkMan. Sounds like this trip was long overdue.
I too am blessed to have a best friend/wife that loves to camp and fish(she always outfishes me). Its wonderful!
CB
Spartan2
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07/08/2010 07:00PM
 
It was such fun to read this report, Bruce, and to see you looking SO good! And you weren't kidding about your beautiful wife, either! Neil says "Wow! He sure married a younger woman!"


Great report, great photos! You went in just a bit later than we did and took advantage of the better weather. We came out on the 28th after several rainy days, and the next two days were beautiful.


Thanks for a neat report.


Lynda
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07/08/2010 08:14PM
 
Great report, glad you two enjoy the world together.

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Ho Ho
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07/08/2010 09:27PM
 
Awesome! Very enjoyable. BWCA here I come!
Boppa
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07/08/2010 10:30PM
 
Enjoyed the report and pictures. That area is on our short list so will undoubtedly be back for a reread.
Thanks,
Boppa

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SunCatcher
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07/12/2010 12:42PM
 
Great report Bruce...Looks like you two really enjoyed the time.
Who caught the most fish? My wife usually does (hahaha) and I never here the end of it.
SunCatcher

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Arkansas Man
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07/12/2010 01:35PM
 
I usually caych the most! However, she always catches the biggest!


Bruce

Good Paddling, Great Fishing, and God Bless All...
fairmatt
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07/15/2017 08:01AM
 
Any hints on fishing July 19ish on little loon or loon? Any help is appreciated. Bringing a first timer up.


fairmatt
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07/15/2017 08:01AM
 
Any hints on fishing July 19ish on little loon or loon? Any help is appreciated. Bringing a first timer up.


Arkansas Man
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08/02/2017 11:43AM
 
Unfortunately I did not see this until after your trip! But, leeches are always the best for us, either lindy rigged drifted behind the canoe in 12-15 ft of water or under a slip cork worked out from the bank!


Bruce

Good Paddling, Great Fishing, and God Bless All...
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