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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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Rugbyguy
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06/15/2011 03:14PM
 
New Trip Report posted by Rugbyguy

Trip Name: Mudro to Crooked Big Fun One One.

Entry Point: 23

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ripple
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06/15/2011 03:24PM
 
Nice report!

Ripple in still water....
Noslen
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06/15/2011 08:29PM
 
Thanks. How was campsite 1856? Any chance for bobber/leech fishing from the camp?
snapcrackpop
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06/15/2011 11:22PM
 
Very enjoyable read.
wawasee
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06/16/2011 07:11AM
 
Nice read... Brings back memories of Smallmouth fishing on Weds. bay.
Zulu
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06/16/2011 07:38AM
 

Thanks for the Trip Report Rugbyguy! I enjoyed reading it. I am glad you and your crew had a great trip. Do you think the rookie will go again? Was it what he expected? Those were a couple of nice walleyes you guys caught. The weather sounded like it was perfect.
Rugbyguy
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06/16/2011 10:10AM
 
quote Noslen: "Thanks. How was campsite 1856? Any chance for bobber/leech fishing from the camp? "


The campsite was very nice. Had two nice tent pads with lots of room to wander. I didn't connect with any fish on a bobber from shore, but I think that would be a real possibility. I wouldn't be opposed to camping there on a future trip.


Zulu, I think the rookie will give it another go at some point. A little more leisurely pace on the entry day and he would have been just fine. Still held up well.

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Noslen
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06/16/2011 04:19PM
 
Thanks for the campsite info!
alpine525
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06/17/2011 12:17PM
 
I enjoyed your trip report - thanks for sharing!

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AndySG
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06/17/2011 02:46PM
 
Good job Rugbyguy. I enjoyed your report.


How did things turn out for the Rookie? Is he as pumped to come back as you are??

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Harv
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06/20/2011 12:00PM
 
Nice report!
wildernessfan2
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06/20/2011 04:49PM
 
I can't beleive those two stayed in the tent with pancakes cooking the first morning on the lake! I don't care if it was in the 30's and early..lol Thanks for sharing!

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