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Another nice walleye comes to the canoe. This one took a bubblegum-colored scented plastic worm. (Sam Cook / scook@duluthnews.com)

Quiet waters of Quetico yield walleye bounty

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TIKOKAN, ONTARIO -- From the edge of our island camp in Ontario's Quetico Provincial Park comes the soft plip of a jig and plastic worm hitting the water. Silence. Then another plip.

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Terry Christensen and Larry Riley are already up, casting from our granite porch into the stained waters of this wilderness lake. A rod bows. A fish is on.

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