Yellow Dog, the Wild River

The Yellow Dog River is the epitome of a wild Marquette River. Starting in the McCormick Tract it flows east, parallel to Dead River, but instead of being held up by dams it flows freely through the Yellow Dog Plains and through the Huron Mountains. Much of its route is far from people, swamps and falls in remote areas, until it reaches Lake Independence near Big Bay.

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