Sunday to Goodier

Quetico portage
Posted by: Kenn
Season/Year: Summer 02
Water Level: average
Length: 20 rods
Rating: difficult
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Portage Description:
To get into Goodier, you actually take three portages. You start by portaging into a river which then opens up into a small unamed lake. The first portage gets harder the lower the water is, but is not bad. You take a portage from the first unnamed lake into another larger lake, and then a third portage to Lake Goodier. The second portage is very steep, a lot of overgrowth and bad footing, not an easy portage at all. The last portage is not as bad, but you actually have to take your canoe out of the water twice to get over rocks. Again, the higher the water the easier this will be. All are pretty short, but very physical.

Lake after portage: Goodier
Known campsites: None at all
Lake Description:

A very quiet lake that is off the beaten path. Goodier is very clear with several good spots for swimming and some possible good spots to jump off rocks. Lots of rocky points which should be good for fishing, but you'd have to hurry to get them back to camp in time. The very best part is that you are almost assured of not seeing another group back there at all.

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