The Wilderness Opportunity of a Lifetime
And you can be part of it
Two trips, June 10-17, 2024 or June 21-28, 2024
Two crews of eight
Self-guided trip organized by the Nonacho Lake Fishing Adventures owner Myles Carter.
The crew will fly by float-equipped airplane 200 miles west of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories to an officially unnamed small tributary of the Taltson River upstream of Nonacho Lake.
As we drifted down the Cannon River, a Cooper’s Hawk glided over our canoe toward a stump in the middle of a boggy backwater stretch of the river. We paddled the canoe into the quiet water in time to observe a pair of Eastern Kingbirds lift off and start attacking the hawk. The hawk landed on the stump and worked its way to a branch where there was a nest. Continue reading
It’s the smell more than anything, whether you are varnishing paddle blades in preparation for the upcoming canoe season, or spring cleaning and deliberating on whether to put an old Duluth Pack in the garage sale pile, or maybe you just unrolled a set of Fisher maps for a quick reminisce. When you catch a scent, whatever that scent is, it launches you into a daydream of adventure. Continue reading
Returned to Colorado from Canoecopia 2022 in Madison, WI. For the three days I never breathed outside air, but if I have to be in a building, I cannot imagine a better place than being surrounded by like-minded paddling enthusiasts. Continue reading