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Bond Falls is a natural ~50-foot waterfall located on the Ontonagon River in Michigan's western Upper Peninsula.
Over six miles downstream, 39-foot Agate Falls cascades over a shelf of erosion-resistant sandstone that halts trout migration. Pools downstream of Agate surrendered prize rainbow trout to ecstatic fly fishers historically but dwindled by the 1960s.
The falls are a popular attraction that can be reached via the developed Bond Falls Scenic Site. A walkway and wooden boardwalk loop around the base of the falls and cross the river above the falls. Bond Falls and the Ontonagon River are stocked with brook trout.
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