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Baraga County Fishing Streams

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Streams in Baraga County

Place USGS Topo Map
Black Creek McComb Corner
Black Creek Sidnaw
Bocco Creek Alberta
Boyles Creek Baraga Plains
Burns Creek Alberta
Camp Ten Creek Ned Lake
Canal Town Creek Three Lakes
Clear Creek Prickett Lake
County Line Creek Drummond Lake
Dakota Creek Aura
Daults Creek Alberta
Denomie Creek Alberta
East Branch Huron River McComb Corner
East Branch Silver River Herman
Falls River L'Anse
Festuca Creek Sidnaw
Flanigan Slough Ned Lake
Fossom Creek Skanee South
Fox Farm Creek Drummond Lake
Gallagher Creek Prickett Lake
Goblin Creek Tunis
Gomanche Creek Aura
Gristmill Creek Bear Town
Gulskoog Creek Skanee North
Hazel Creek Bear Town
Hershley Creek Prickett Lake
Hickey Creek Vermilac
Huron River Glovers Corner
Kelsey Creek Portage Entry
Kelsey Creek Covington
Lateral Creek Covington
Lateral Creek Nestoria
Leviture Creek Baraga Plains
Linden Creek L'Anse
Little Carp River L'Anse
Little East Branch Huron River Summit Lake
Little Silver Creek L'Anse
Little West Branch Huron River Summit Lake
Menge Creek Alberta
Murphy River Covington
Mustard Creek Prickett Lake
Ned Lake Creek Ned Lake
Nelligan Creek Three Lakes
Nesters Creek Baraga Plains
Nestoria Creek Nestoria
Ogemaw Creek Alberta
Page Creek Aura
Pages Creek Aura
Pekkala Creek Alberta
Pelkie Creek Vermilac
Perch River Sidnaw
Peterson Creek Skanee North
Petticoat Creek Three Lakes
Pine Creek Pelkie
Plumbago Creek Covington
Ravine River Aura
Robarge Creek McComb Corner
Rock River Covington
Roubillard Creek Alberta
Sauna Creek Sidnaw
Silver River Aura
Sixmile Creek L'Anse
Slate River Aura
Spurr River Three Lakes
Tama Creek Nestoria
Taylor Creek Alberta
Tioga River Nestoria
Tracy Creek Tunis
Vermilac River Vermilac
West Branch Huron River McComb Corner

Above is a map and a list of the streams in Baraga County, . Many of these spots are open to public fishing. If you see a stream name that is duplicated within Baraga County, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topo map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.