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The Route Between Upper Eau Claire Lake, Birch Lake, and Robinson Lake, Barnes, WI
The Route Between Upper Eau Claire Lake, Birch Lake, and Robinson Lake
Here’s another in an occasional series of posts answering the question: “Can I really get there from here?”
Here in Northwest Wisconsin, maps often show a connection between two lakes, and fising guidebooks may mention a “navigable channel.” But can you really get there from here? The answer, of course, is “it depends.” First, it depends on the size of your boat. How much water does it draw, how wide is it, and how tall is it? If your boat has an awning or visor, can it be folded down? In some cases, the weather and the time of year can even make a difference. If the water is too low, there won’t be enough to float your boat. Too high, and you may not have quite enough headroom under a bridge. So your mileage, as they say, may vary. Keep your speed down, and proceed with caution.
The channels from Upper Eau Claire to Birch Lake and Robinson Lake (I began this series with the connection between 200-acre Bony Lake and 902-acre Middle Eau Claire Lake. I’ve recently listed this beautiful timber-frame lake home on Bony Lake; if you’re looking for a luxury ... more

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