Island channels in the 

Sutton River.

 

Sketches: Jon Berger

Photos: Tom Terry

Woodland caribou upriver of the Aquatuk River junction.

Below Hawley Lake we were seeing huge schools of brook trout in the very clear water between three and eight feet deep. It was fantastic. They would move as one group away from the canoes as we approached.  Sometimes we would be right over them before they bolted. 

                                           Tom Terry

Junction with the 

Aquatuk River

Aquatuk River (on the left) entering the Sutton River

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