Fishing the St. Mary's River - Fishing Boat Charters
Fishing on the St. Mary's River is a unique experience that is one of Michigan's top fishing destinations. This 75-mile waterway is connected to Lake Superior and the North Channel of Lake Huron. Many species can be caught throughout this river, but some of the top catches are Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskellunge, Salmon, and Steelhead.
Our Sault Ste. Marie and Barbeau, MI fishing charters can take you out on the St. Mary's River and bring you to all the fishing hot spots. Let them guide you and gear you up for a great fishing experience.
♦ Michigan Charter Boat Association for Sault Ste. Marie MI
Spanning the Straits of Mackinac, the Mackinac Bridge is the world's 16th longest suspension bridge and the 3rd longest in the Nation. It connects Michigan's Lower Peninsula and Upper Peninsula. Connecting city's are Mackinaw City and Upper Peninsula's St. Ignace. This incredible marvel was envisioned as early as 1880's. The completion and grand opening of the bridge was held on November 1st, 1957.
The total length of the Mackinac Bridge is 26,372 feet. The length of the suspension bridge (including anchorages) is 8,614 feet. The length from cable bent pier to cable bent pier is 7,400 feet. Length of main span (between towers) is 3,800 feet.
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The Tahquamenon Falls State Park encompasses 50,000 acres and stretches over thirteen miles. This majestic park is home to the Upper and Lower Tahquamenon Falls. Special in many ways, the Upper Tahquamenon Falls is the second largest waterfall east of the Mississippi, with Niagara being the largest. The beauty of this area is a must see when you are making your Upper Michigan travel plans.
Within the Tahquamenon Falls State Park you will find many activities such as birding, fishing, hiking, sight-seeing, camping, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Wildlife abounds throughout the Tahquamenon Falls and by chance you may see black bear, whitetail deer, and moose, along with a variety of birds.
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If you ever dreamed what it would be like to step back in time, Mackinac Island can make that dream a reality. Located in Lake Huron, it served as a center for the Great Lakes fur trade back in the 17th century. No motorized vehicles are permitted on the island (accept for emergency vehicles). Transportation is made by horse, horse and carriage, bikes, roller-blades, and during the winter snowmobiles are permitted.
As early as the late 19th century, Mackinac Island became a tourist attraction. The island has gone to great lengths to preserve and restore the forts, buildings, walls, churches, and other establishments. The entire Island is a National Historic Landmark. One of the most fascinating buildings on Mackinac Island is the Grand Hotel.
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