A strong wooden bar, fitted with a curved iron arm and a hook at one end. Used to lever logs and heavy timbers in the woods and at saw mills. A peavey is similar, but has a spike instead of the end hook.
Stout wooden lever, having a toe ring and lip at the end, used in rolling logs. Differs from a peavey in that it has no spike in the end of the stock. In the BWCAW, has given its name to a lake and Primitive Management Area.
A cant hook is a traditional logging tool consisting of a wooden lever handle with a movable metal hook at one end, used for handling and moving logs. While similar to a peavey (tool), the cant hook has a blunt tip, often with teeth.