- Bushwhack portage South, 100 rods, to Gotter
F-12, Little Sag, Tuscarora, Temperance Lakes
- DNR Lake No. 160599
- Lake Map No. N/A
- Lake Table No. 8A
- MDH Fish Consumption Advisory
- MPCA Water Quality - N/A
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Everett is a small deep lake of 46
acres, tucked just inside the eastern boundary of the BWCAW, miles 5¾
ESE of Gunflint Trail's End and 46 miles ENE of Ely. While lying just to
the north of the well traveled Round Lake to Gillis
route, it has no established portage connection and is reached by bushwhacking
up the small creek which drops out of Everett into Gotter.
The lake sits in the midst of the great burn of 1854, its surrounding forests
under 145 years old.
Everett has no established campsites
and is suitable only for day trips.
Everett is on the way to nowhere, but
could make for an interesting side trip for parties camped at the northwestern
end of Brant, whether by bushwhacking up the creek
from Gotter, or simply hiking over the low hill
behind the campsites.
Everett supports some Green Sunfish (Lepomis
cyanellus), White Sucker (Catostomus
commersoni), and Yellow Perch (Perca
flavescens) but populations are small.
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Last updated on 11 April, 2004