Yellow River (Chippewa River)

Yellow River (Chippewa River)

Yellow River (Chippewa River)

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The Yellow River is a tributary located in north central Wisconsin. Conducive of the Chippewa River, it is one of four distinct rivers in the state bearing the name Yellow River.

This Yellow River begins in Kitric Swamp near Perkinstown, Wisconsin, in Chequamegon National Forest. The river runs a short way before it forms two reservoirs, the Chequamegon Waters Flowage and the Miller Dam Flowage, separated by an isthmus. Below Miller Dam, there is one more dam, at Cadott, forming another small reservoir, before the river joins the Chippewa River when it flows into Lake Wissota at Moon Bay.

The yellow river is one of the most wild rivers of it's size in the state. Vary phew places will you see any sign of man. The river floods unexpectedly whenever a large amount of water enters its system, this can create currents too strong for even the most skilled of swimmers. Never travel this river for long distances alone, it narrows in certain places creating difficult conditions and log jams are overly populous in this river.

Fishing in this river is some of the best within 50 miles. The most common catch is the white bass or stripers. Some people have claimed to have seen an unknown creature swimming the watershed of this river.

Noteworthy settlements along the river include Gilman, and Cadott.








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