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Indian River
I-75 Bridge
Vert.Clearance: 15 ft.

N45° 25.343'
W84° 36.161'
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Cheboygan County

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    The stretch of river around and downstream of the I-75 Bridge is a good area for pike using shallow crankbaits. The water averages 5 to 6 feet in the channel and there are heavy weed beds in the shallows.
    Try the down-stream side of the pilings, especially behind the right side, where the river bends into a nice 8 feet hole. You can troll the river or try throwing a jig into the channel tipped with a minnow as you drift. Good bet for walleye at night.
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