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The Brule River is the Upper Michigan/Northern Wisconsin states border. This beautiful stretch of river in which we ran into multiple wildlife. Just to mention a few bald eagles, whitetail deer, and otters.
This stretch has scattered areas of rapids which are not extremely difficult whether in canoes or kayaks. A couple of us got wet which is a part of the fun. About 3 hours into the trip the Iron River runs into the Brule River. Just below this point is where the scattered rapids begin.
This is a great stretch of river whether finding a spot on the side of the river to camp or starting early and floating the trip in one day is a lot of fun.
You can also make this a shorter trip by getting out at
Scott Lake rd. approximately 2 hours, the ghost town of Pentoga iron bridge approx. 4 hours, or old Carney dam DNR access site approx. 7 hours.
Bent Shaft Canoe Paddles