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Upper Peninsula not short on walleyes


HOUGHTON, Mich. -- It's a land of incredible beauty and history. Its forests carpet the rugged Pre-Cambrian landscape. Exposed granite cliffs, which once revealed a source of native copper unequaled in the world, punch their way out of the timbered slopes.

It's a land of whitetail deer which play along the forest's edge and black bear which tread the darkened forest floor where the sun only reaches in the wintertime. Wolf packs still roam, seldom seen or heard, but their carnivorous presence is undenied

The Keweenaw Peninsula juts like a stony fist right into the midsection of the greatest of the Great Lakes, Lake Superior, and takes whatever the big lake can throw at her. It has done so forever.   more....




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