AuSable River Report

The AuSable River is a beautiful and scenic river in Northern Lower Michigan.  The head waters originate just north of Grayling and flow east to Lake Huron in Oscoda. It is used all year long for recreation by paddlers and fishermen.

This area will post reports about the condition of the river, such as flow and obstructions.

Training in March 2010 on the AuSable: Photo by John LuceyTraining in March 2010 on the AuSable: Photo by John Lucey

 

River Flow Report:

US Geological SurveyUS Geological Survey

 

 

 

River Obstacles

There has been some concern about some of the river obstacles, especially the fish hides that are falling apart that have large metal spikes.  The ARICM is in contact with the Michigan DNR and waiting a response from them as to what the committee will be able to do to mitigate these hazards.  If a hazard is found, please e-mail the committee to the exact location, so we can relay the information the Michigan DNR or US Forest Service for remedy.

 contact.aricm@gmail.com

 

 

Estimated Winning Time

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