Baylor County TX Streams


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Name USGS Topo Map
Antelope Creek Antelope Creek NE
Aytes Branch Westover
Big Moonshine Creek Southeast Lake Kemp
Boggy Creek Franklin Bend
Brushy Creek Southwest Lake Kemp
Brushy Creek Lake Diversion
Buck Creek Northwest Lake Kemp
Bull Creek Westover
Cabin Creek Seymour West
Cache Creek Seymour West
Coal Creek Fulda
Cope Branch Cope Branch
Cottonwood Creek Bomarton
Cottonwood Creek Franklin Bend
Crooked Creek Southwest Lake Kemp
Daggett Creek Dundee SW
Deadman Creek Soap Creek
Deep Creek Westover
Dry Creek Westover
Dutch Creek Antelope Creek NE
East Coffee Creek Northeast Lake Kemp
Ednas Creek Bomarton
Fish Creek Southwest Lake Kemp
Flippin Creek Northeast Lake Kemp
Gray Back Creek Antelope Creek NE
Gray Creek Southeast Lake Kemp
Hackberry Creek Franklin Bend
Hog Creek Southwest Lake Kemp
Indian Creek Northwest Lake Kemp
Lake Creek Bomarton
Little Moonshine Creek Southeast Lake Kemp
Little Mountain Creek Fulda
Little Rock Creek Seymour East
Louse Run Antelope Creek NE
Marys Creek Antelope Creek NE
Mexican Creek Antelope Creek NE
Middle Coffee Creek Northeast Lake Kemp
Millers Creek Rock Canyon
Mitchell Creek Franklin Bend
Muhle Creek Westover
Plants Creek Seymour West
Polecat Creek Seymour West
Pony Creek Southeast Lake Kemp
Red Creek Bomarton
Rock Creek Seymour West
Rose Hollow Creek Southwest Lake Kemp
Sadler Creek Lake Diversion
Seymour Creek Seymour West
Soap Creek Soap Creek
Spring Creek Franklin Bend
Timber Creek Franklin Bend
Turkey Creek Rock Canyon
Wagon Creek Westover
West Coffee Creek Northeast Lake Kemp
Whiskey Creek Franklin Bend
Yokum Creek Bomarton
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