North Platte River

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a river that rises in northern Colorado and flows northward into Wyoming and then eastward and southeastward through Nebraska where it joins the South Platte to form the Platte River

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Total April through July runoff in the North Platte River Basin above Glendo Dam is expected to be 980,000 acre-feet (AF), of which approximately 205,500 AF was received in April.
Last fall I fished for walleyes with Brian Woodward of Casper, Wyoming, on Pathfinder Reservoir and the North Platte River running into Pathfinder.
Birds of the Lake McConaughy area and the North Platte River Valley, Nebraska.
In this study, mussels were encountered only in the eastern portion of the South Platte Basin, largely from the Sutherland canal and associated reservoirs supplied primarily with water from the North Platte River.
The North Platte River was central to our study area and served as the southern boundary of the Plains DMU.
plans to buy a gravel pit along the North Platte River near Brighton and use it to capture and store up to 10,000 acre-feet of its used and treated water.
There's little doubt that one of the best late-season mallard gunning areas in North America is the North Platte River near Scotts Bluff, Nebraska.
Site 3, on the North Platte River in Wyoming, was not associated with direct agricultural runoff, but had the highest incidence and the most advanced cases of hermaphroditism.
My sisters and I spent our childhood on our grandfather's farm, located just half a mile south of the North Platte River.
Rob McLean, a North Platte River flyfishing guide and professional fly tier, knows that finicky trout prefer the segmented realism of quill-body flies, but he's never been satisfied with the qualities of the traditional materials.
Offerings of the headwaters of the North Platte River range from the rushing whitewater of Northgate Canyon to some 50 miles of placid scenic water with an incredible 4,500 wild trout per mile.
It was created in 1939 by a Works Progress Administration (WPA) dam in the North Platte River, just 10 miles north of Ogallala.
At one field site, on the North Platte River in Wyoming, 92% of the males observed had testicular oocytes, and many of the animals showed advanced stages of complete sex reversal.
Releases from Gray Reef Reservoir to the North Platte River are currently at 2,000 cubic feet per second (cfs).
Here are my boys, from left to right, Kale (3 years old), Keian (4) and Kole-man (7) each with a North Platte River greenhead on a snowy November afternoon.
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