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Entry Point 37 - Kawishiwi Lake

Kawishiwi Lake entry point allows overnight paddle only. This entry point is supported by Tofte Ranger Station near the city of Isabella; Tofte, MN. The distance from ranger station to entry point is 33 miles. Access is a boat landing at Kawishiwi Lake.

Number of Permits per Day: 7
Elevation: 1653 feet
Latitude: 47.8390
Longitude: -91.1036
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satchmoa
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01/03/2011 09:20AM
 
New Trip Report posted by satchmoa

Trip Name: Saw bill Oct 2010.

Entry Point: 38

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I would rather be upside down in my canoe than right side up at my desk
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airmorse
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01/03/2011 10:51AM
 
Satch,


Nice pictures. The weather looked perfect for your trip. I'm still trying to get a bird to eat out of my hand. I've had Downey woodpeckers within about two feet on a branch but they won't take that final short flight to my hand. Oh well.


Curt

"In wilderness is the salvation of mankind." Thoreau.
SunCatcher
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01/03/2011 11:13AM
 
Nice...Your Photos are great and you made me hungry!!
Isn't the paddle into Cherokee a beauty from the South!
Looked like a great time.
SunCatcher

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alpine525
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01/03/2011 12:16PM
 
Really enjoyed your trip report - thanks for taking us along!

Do not let the behavior of others destroy your inner peace. Dalai Lama
Bannock
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01/03/2011 03:43PM
 
Nice! I love that trip. There are some great sites on Cherokee.


You must have been in the first week of October, because the second week was really warm.


Nice pictures, though I have to say that you and Dawson are getting old! :)

Bannock
satchmoa
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01/03/2011 04:19PM
 
LOL Bannock!!!!!!! At least you didn't see me out there in my Undies.....
But I did strip down and get cleaned up in the lake Brrrrrrrrrrrrr not sure f a pic was taken or not................................................... and not sure if it matter the water was so cold ....lol

I would rather be upside down in my canoe than right side up at my desk
paddlefasterpastor
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01/03/2011 04:34PM
 
Haha, I may not have been around here much, Bannock, but read that "old" comment! I'll git you yet, you little whipper-snapper.


Great report, Brooks! Thanks!
Gunflinter
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01/03/2011 05:38PM
 
Sounds like a great trip, thanks for sharing.

God made me fast. And when I run, I feel His pleasure. Eric Liddell
lars54
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01/03/2011 06:54PM
 
nice report and great pictures
your food pictures make me want
to pack in more comfort foods
wildernessfan2
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01/03/2011 10:14PM
 
Thanks for sharing what looked like a very comfy and beautiful trip..

Freshwater is delicious! Saltwater not so much..
bapabear
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01/03/2011 10:15PM
 
Great pictures. Looks like a fun trip. The site you show from Cherokee looks like where we stayed in June. Even if it isn't I fell in love with the beauty of that lake.

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bojibob
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01/07/2011 08:14PM
 
Satch, It looks like a great time with good friends. Loved all the pictures.

"One inch on the map ~ is not one inch on the ground"
Trix
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02/14/2011 05:19PM
 
Nice photos! Thanks for sharing.

C-H-A-L-L-E-N-G-E: Do not let what you cannot do, interfere with what you can do.
whitecedar
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02/14/2011 08:34PM
 
Great report, the photos are excellent!
satchmoa
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02/15/2011 06:58PM
 
Thanks for taking a peek...

I would rather be upside down in my canoe than right side up at my desk
Mongo65
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02/19/2011 06:47AM
 
Nice report and photos Satch. Thanks for sharing with us.

Sit back, relax, have a home brew.
dicecupmaker
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03/06/2011 05:38AM
 
Again, great trip report.

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