BWCA Entry Point, Route, and Trip Report Blog
November 30 2020
Number of Permits per Day: 6
Elevation: 1364 feet
July 03, 2010
Little Indian Sioux River (north)
Number of Days:
[paragraph break]Coy would scout the best route out. [paragraph break]While Charlie would play gondolier in the canoe. [paragraph break]I got this shot of a beaver who was very busy - to say the least. [paragraph break]This picture of the dam is just a partial shot. It's about 5' high and a hundred yards long. Biggest damn dam - I've ever seen.[paragraph break]Yodeler was beautiful to say the least. Now does it have any water depth or does she freeze out every winter? We came to fish. 60' deep. Yes, fish were everywhere, but all we could catch were Smallmouths. Lots of them I don't think they have ever seen lures at Yodeler. [paragraph break]The biggest Doe we've ever seen came down to the waters edge to get a drink. BANG!! I shot her. NO just wanted to see if your paying attention [paragraph break]At the beaver dam on the way out I found the deep spot. Went up to my waist the boyz found this very funny. Till Charlie went in next then Coy was the only one laughing. Then profoundly stated " I ain't gonna go that way. So after they helped me out, then knocked me back in with the canoe we started back. Lucky I saved the camera that was around my neck.[paragraph break]We got back on Lynx in time to see Mom heading towards the stream we just came out of. I looked up at the clouds for some reason and saw this. As the Beatles said all you need is Love, well LOV. [paragraph break]We got back to camp where my gal fixed us up some fish and pizza. She cooked a pizza on a rock,I was impressed. [paragraph break]Anyway, I had the time of my life and the boyz well I couldn't have done it without them. They said they had a good time and can't wait to go in again.[paragraph break]Well, that's about it for now, hope you enjoy the pictures as much as I did taking them. Knock one off the bucket list for JB!