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Totagatic River Bottom
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The Totogatic ("Tuh-TOE-guh-tik") is a small to medium-sized warmwater stream in northwest Wisconsin's Indianhead Country. It rises in the wetlands and lakes of southwestern Bayfield County then flows westerly through the piney woods and lowlands of Sawyer, Douglas, Washburn, and Burnett counties to its confluence with the larger and better known Namekagon River.
Draining an area of about 389 square miles, the Totogatic is the Namekagon's largest tributary and joins that stream just five miles above its confluence with the St. Croix River. Since 1968 both the Namekagon and St. Croix have been recognized by the federal government as National Scenic Riverways. With it's watershed nestled between the Namekagon and St. Croix rivers, Totogatic is just as scenic and even more wild. This "Outstanding Resource" stream is part of the great Mississippi river system flowing through the heartland of North America.
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Last Updated: on 9/26/2013 7:26:07 PM Pacific Daylight Time (2:26 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum