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Sunday Lake to Sunday Bay portage

May 11 2017 at 11:22 AM
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Bearsfan  (Login New_Bearsfan)

Hi. I've been away from the board for quite a while and lost my login info, so I had to create a new account. I see the board is not as active, but I guess that's partially my fault happy.gif

I have a permit for Angleworm in late June. My plan is to go down Spring Creek/Beartrap River to Sunday Lake on the first day. I have spoken with the Kawishiwi Ranger station and my name is in "The Book" to get my PMA endorsement to stay overnight on Sunday Lake. My question has to do with where to go next. Some maps show a portage from Sunday Lake to Sunday Bay, while others do not. I am aware that since this is a PMA, any portages are not maintained, but I am wondering if anyone has attempted this recently and knows whether it is feasible. If not, any other suggestions on the best way to get up to Crooked or Iron?

Thanks!

 
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