Turns out it's navigable all the way north to the edge of the pine swamps, 
about one mile above the beaver dam. I've found a few Wood Ducks and Mallards, 
but no Grebes yet. Watched a Green Heron catch and devour a frog, and flushed a 
probable Red-shoulder near the north end.

Turning my 14' kayak around up here will be tight...


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> On Jul 31, 2017, at 8:32 AM, Geo Kloppel <geoklop...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Paddling in Michigan Hollow right now. There's at least half a mile of 
> navigable channel up the middle, maybe more. And there's a nice colony of 
> Marsh Wrens out here!
> -Geo
> Sent from my iPhone


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