2019 Bois Brule River Sediment Depth Survey
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The Bois Brule River (Brule) is a well-known and well-loved river located in Douglas County, Wisconsin. A portion of the roughly 200 mi² Brule watershed extends into Bayfield County to the east. The Brule is approximately 46 -miles long from the East and West Fork confluence to Lake Superior. It flows through the Brule River State Forest and private lands along its length. The Brule River Sportsmen’s Club notes that “the river itself has 2 distinct personalities;” the upper Brule which runs through coniferous bog and is fed by numerous springs, and the lower river near Co-op Park, where it begins its 328 feet fall over 18 miles to Lake Superior. The upper Brule drops 108 feet over 28 miles from its confluence to Co-op Park (Site ID 1-187).
Douglas County, WI
sediment depth survey