It sounds reasonable, but I warn you of a few underestimates I've made in the past:
1) paddling the amable du fond can take a while for amateur paddlers (very winding river)
2) North Tea is deceivingly large. It takes a long time to paddle, and even longer if you fish the narrows between the two arms for smallmouth
3) the headwinds on both North Tea and ESPECIALLY kawawaymog are very strong. I highly encourage paying Northern Outfitters to park/launch at their camp in order to save you from paddling all of Kawawaymog. I've seen people walk their canoes the entire shore of the lake because the wind is so strong coming out.
Just like anything, my warnings may seem silly when you get there: perhaps the Amable du Fond has straightened itself out, or maybe the day will be very calm