Red River County TX Streams


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Name USGS Topo Map
Beaverdam Creek De Kalb NW
Big Pine Creek Negley
Blanton Creek Dimple
Boggy Creek Clarksville
Bruton Creek Clarksville
Burkhand Branch Boxelder
Campground Bayou Dimple
Caney Creek Lydia
Caney Creek White Rock
Carroll Creek Dimple
Cedar Creek Coopers Chapel
Claphand Creek Clarksville
Coal Creek Bagwell
Collier Creek Acworth
Concord Creek White Rock
Cottonwood Creek Lydia
Crooked Creek Boxelder
Cuthand Creek Boxelder
Deadman Branch Idabel SE
Dean Creek Detroit
Delaware Creek Clarksville
Denwiddie Bayou Negley
Dillard Creek Lydia
Elm Creek Lydia
First Pecan Bayou Manchester
Flat Creek Boxelder
Ford Creek Kiomatia
Frances Creek Bogata
Freeman Creek Bagwell
Gouchy Creek Line Branch
Greenwood Branch Acworth
Harris Creek Avery
Heeltap Branch Boxelder
Hemmingway Slough Negley
Hurricane Creek Annona
Jake Creek Annona
Kickapoo Creek Boxelder
Lake Branch Bogata
Lake Drain Branch Cunningham
Lake Drain Creek Deport
Langford Creek Cuthand
Liberty Creek Line Branch
Lick Creek Negley
Line Branch Line Branch
Little Bayou Dimple
Little Creek De Kalb NW
Little Mustang Creek Cuthand
Little Pine Branch Negley
Little Pine Creek Manchester
Little Pine Creek Negley
Little White Oak Creek White Rock
Lynch Creek Clarksville
Maple Creek Boxelder
McCoy Creek Clarksville
Morrison Branch Bogata
Mustang Creek Bogata
Pecan Bayou English
Peters Creek Lydia
Pickett Creek Cuthand
Pine Branch Cuthand
Pond Creek Millerton
Reno Creek Line Branch
Ringo Creek Cuthand
Roden Creek Coopers Chapel
Salt Well Slough Millerton
Sand Branch Boxelder
Scatter Creek Clarksville
Schaffline Creek White Rock
Shawnee Creek Lydia
Snell Creek Acworth
South Sulphur River Cunningham
Sulpher Springs Creek Acworth
Tanyard Branch English
Tanyard Creek Manchester
Turkey Branch Acworth
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