Canoeing In Michigan


Boardman River in Michigan

The Boardman River Watershed spans 295 square miles and drains approximately 182,800 acres of land through 130 miles of river and stream tributaries. The Boardman River is the largest tributary to the West Arm of Grand Traverse Bay. In addition, the Boardman River is considered one of the top ten trout streams in Michigan and is one of the particularly outstanding natural features of the Grand Traverse Bay Region. The Boardman River and its watershed are enjoyed by anglers, boaters, hunters, hikers, and wildlife watchers alike.

The Boardman River Project was inspired in 1991, after a survey of the river recorded over 600 erosion sites along its banks. 85% of the erosion sites along this highly-used and well-loved waterway were attributed to human activities.

Please visit the Project website (link below) to learn more about the Boardman River Project and check out the new Boardman River Erosion Inventory!
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Trip - William & Leslie
Date: June 17, 2007
Start: Twin Forks
Finish: Ranch Rudolf
Miles: 6- about 1 1/2 hours
With: Leslie Watson, William Eubank


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