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i never saw the dog but this is a nice river

nice river to stop along..also try to check out the big and little pup creeks during go flowing... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2015
s g
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Lansing, Michigan
Good river for fishing.

You have to send sometime to get your fish but it's worth it. Most of the ones with us needed more... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2014
caroline b
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Fort Pierce, Florida
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Located on the southern shore of Lake Superior, this waterway passes through the Huron Mountains.
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27 Jul 2015
“i never saw the dog but this is a nice river”
20 Aug 2014
“Good river for fishing.”
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Big Bay, MI
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Reviewed 27 July 2015

nice river to stop along..also try to check out the big and little pup creeks during go flowing times

Thank s g
Reviewed 21 August 2014

You have to send sometime to get your fish but it's worth it. Most of the ones with us needed more fishing accessories. You need to wade the river to catch fish. It takes a lot to fish the rivers of the U.P. Take your...More

Thank caroline b
Reviewed 13 August 2014

Each summer trip to Big Bay, we take time to hike back to the Yell Dog River falls, and I have pictures I've taken there on canvases on my walls at home. Be warned, there is not a hiking trail - this is a free...More

Thank groulxtj
Reviewed 24 June 2012

Only moderately difficult - good hike to take the dog. We all enjoyed the waterfall, dog enjoyed the river!

Thank jacht42
Reviewed 27 March 2012

If you find this place and you are adventurous, you will love the miles of untouched wilderness and great fishing and hunting, if you are quiet - you might even glimpse a moose

1  Thank Kinkuu
Reviewed 18 August 2011

Bushy Falls on the Yellow Dog River is an easy 1 mile walk in from a gravel road. It is easily photographed and a shallow pool at the bottom of the falls is safe for swimming for adults and older kids. Thimbleberries were out, providing...More

1  Thank sushi56
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