Outstanding fishing opportunity...flows through western upper peninsula forest lands with a limited amount of farming in watershed. Floating opportunity good with somewhat limited use. Under study by the state for inclusion in state Natural Rivers System.
Mitchigan River is a small stream in the Upper Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan. It flows into the Fence River at 46°17′27″N 88°09′58″W in northeast Iron County in Mansfield Township. The Fence River is a tributary of the Michigamme River, which is itself a tributary the Menominee River. The Mitchigan River has its source in the southeast corner of Baraga County at 46°24′58″N 88°08′05″W. It flows mostly southward along the boundary between Iron and Marquette counties, crossing briefly into western Marquette county.
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