The source of the North Branch lies just east of Lake Otsego, and it is quite shallow in its upper reaches. Historically, the North Branch produced large numbers of Grayling, however, it is now fished primarily for brookies and browns. It is shallow and difficult to boat and canoe, which makes it a better wading stream. Access sites are found at the Sheep Ranch, Pipestone Springs, off Twin Bridge Road, north of Lovells Road, Dam Four Road, the Sheep Pasture, and Kelloggs Bridge.
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