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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Last fall I fished for walleyes with Brian Woodward of Casper, Wyoming, on Pathfinder Reservoir and the North Platte River running into Pathfinder.
The North Platte River was central to our study area and served as the southern boundary of the Plains DMU.
MY OBSERVATORY IS located in north-central Colorado, on the northern flank of the Park Range and the headwaters of the North Platte River at an elevation of 8,400 feet.
The City of Aurora, Colo., 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.
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. We spent countless, hot summer evenings playing on the sand bars and swimming in the water.
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.
It was created in 1939 by a Works Progress Administration (WPA) dam in the North Platte River, just 10 miles north of Ogallala.
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.
There's also exceptional fishing for channel catfish, and a good population of rainbow trout below the dam in Lake Ogallala and the North Platte River.
North Platte River Basin The ringed crayfish has been found in the entire North Platte River from it's confluence with the South Platte River almost to the Wyoming border.
A self-guided tour introduces visitors to an 1862 Sutler's Store where soldiers and settlers purchased supplies such as fabric, tobacco and medicine; an Overland State Station later converted into officer's quarters and laundry room; the blacksmith's shop where the fort's busiest man cared for Army horses as well as repaired immigrants' wagons; and the original toll bridge built in 1859 across the North Platte River. An ancient cemetery with white markers denotes the final resting sites for many of the area's residents.
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.
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