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billconner
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10/04/2010 12:40PM  
Sorry to ask for a quick answer rather than looking it up but is a permit required for day paddle trip into Quetico? My soon will be in BWCAW but I wondered if he was in Canadian waters if a permit is required? (He'll have a RABP and passport.)
 
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ZaraSp00k
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10/17/2010 09:03AM  
I asked Robin (the park sup) this very question earlier this year, he was fine with it. Keep in mind if you fish there, better have a license, and to camp you need a permit.

My question was asked in the context of paddling along the border and seeing an interesting lake or bay on the Q side to explore or fish.
 
billconner
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10/17/2010 02:29PM  
Thank you!

I was considering a day trip from a base camp on Moose Lake to Louisa Falls. I thought day tripping without motors was in fact OK.
 
10/17/2010 02:37PM  
oh, if you step foot on canadian soil you would need a day permit (other than the portages on the border). paddling across the imaginary line is something completely different.
 
gunflintguy
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12/02/2010 09:05AM  
What if I am on the ice?
 
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