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U.P. Streams And Rivers
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Keweenaw County :

Gratiot River
Mohawk, Mi. Brook Trout. Steelhead.Coho Salmon.The Gratiot River begins at No Name Pond east of M-26/US41 about 5 miles northeast of Mohawk in Keweenaw County. A fast clear stream it twists its rushing way for some 20 miles before emptying into Lake Superior seven miles below Seven Mile Point. The upper portion is a good Brook Trout stream, and the last mile downstream from Lower Falls hosts spring runs of Steelhead. From No Name Pond which contains trout, to M-26/US41 the waterway is small and flanked by jungle-like brush. By the time it reaches the highway it varies from 10-20 feet wide and is still overhung with tag alder and the stream bed contains lots of rocks. At Upper Falls the river widens to 25 feet and contains trout holding holes to 4 feet deep. From here to the mouth it is home to Rainbow Trout, which naturally reproduce along with the occasional Coho. This slick running rocky river is not canoeable and wading anglers should use extreme caution. Motels ! in Copper Harbor and Calumet. Fly/Bait/Tackle Bait/Tackle Four Seasons Sports (906-337-3844) Guides-None Listed




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