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Prickett Lake Kayaker
Photo By Daryl Anderson

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Photographer: Daryl Anderson

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  • Title: Prickett Lake Kayaker
  • State/Province/Region (required): Michigan
  • Country (required): United States
  • Nearest Area: Houghton County
  • Nearest Town: Pelkie
  • Description: This is a lake and backwaters created from the construction of the Prickett Dam along the Sturgeon River. The scenery is quite varied, but very quiet and serene. We saw everything from ducks to eagles the day this image was captured, and we look forward to returning to paddle areas we've not yet explored.
  • Brief Directions: From Baraga, take M-38 west to Prickett Dam Road (county line between Baraga County and Houghton County), and follow the signs to the public access.
  • Notes: There are lots of submerged stumps and tree trunks just under the water, as the area was flooded before logging operations were totally completed. So kayaks and canoes are the safest way to explore on this lake. It's supposed to be good fishing too!
  • Best Season: Autumn

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