Boy River

Longville, Minnesota

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The Boy River is a quiet, slow stream that winds past unsettled forest and marsh. The Boy River is clear, slow, and weedy - in many ways more lake-like than riverine. For that reason, many of its fish species are more commonly associated with lakes than with rivers. These include largemouth bass, crappies, yellow perch, and rock bass, as well as northern pike and walleye. Begin your trip where County Road 129 crosses Laura Brook (also known as Trelipe Creek) just upstream from where it empties into Inguadona Lake.
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Paddling Minnesota

by Greg Breining (Falcon Guides)

The Boy River is a quiet, slow stream that winds past unsettled forest and marsh. The Boy River is clear, slow, and weedy - in many ways more lake-like than riverine. For that reason, many of its fish species are more commonly associated with lakes than with rivers.

These include largemouth bass, crappies, yellow perch, and rock bass, as well as northern pike and walleye. Begin your trip where County Road 129 crosses Laura Brook (also known as Trelipe Creek) just upstream from where it empties into Inguadona Lake.

©  Greg Breining/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Longville
Distance: 17
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 6 - 8 hours
Class: Class I
Local Contacts: Department of Natural Resources Information Center, 612-296-6157 or 800-766-6000 (toll free in Minnesota)
Local Maps: Chippewa National Forest, Boy River Canoe Route
Driving Directions: Directions to Boy River

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