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Red Cedar River

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Red Cedar River

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Red Cedar River story

The Red Cedar River in northwestern Wisconsin is a tributary of the Chippewa River, flowing approximately 85 miles from Lake Chetac, a reservoir in southwestern Sawyer County, through a small chain of lakes including Birch Lake at Birchwood, Balsam Lake in Washburn County, and Red Cedar Lake in northeastern Barron County to its confluence with the Chippewa southeast of Dunnville in southern Dunn County.
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