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Reference Number: 18947
Type: Other
Author: DeLorme.
Date (year): 1998
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Title:Oregon Atlas and Gazetter.
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Publisher:DeLorme, Yarmouth, Maine.
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Pages: 80 pp
Location: NAS
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Keywords: map, atlas, gazetter, Oregon, Striped Bass, fishes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Morone saxatilis

    OR - Coos Bay, Charleston Boat Basin
    OR - Coos Bay, Conde McCullough
    OR - Coos Bay, Empire Boat Ramp
    OR - Coos Bay, North Spit
    OR - Coos Bay, Pony Point
    OR - Coos River, South Fork
    OR - Millicoma River, Doras Place Boat Ramp
    OR - Millicoma River, Rooke/Higgins County Park
    OR - Millicoma River, West Fork, Stonehouse Bridge
    OR - Siuslaw River, Austa Boat Ramp
    OR - Siuslaw River, Ford Access
    OR - Whittaker Creek
    OR - Siuslaw River, Wolf Creek Boat Ramp
    OR - Smith River, Bolon Island
    OR - Smith River, Lower Drift Take out
    OR - Smith River, Noel Ranch Boat Launch
    OR - Smith River, Riverside
    OR - Tenmile Creek, Riverside #2
    OR - Tenmile Creek, Spinreel Campground
    OR - Tenmile Creek, La Playa Marina
    OR - Tenmile Creek, North Lake Resort
    OR - Tenmile Creek, Tenmile Lake Park
    OR - Umpqua River, Rainbow Plaza
    OR - Umpqua River, Salmon Harbor East
    OR - Umpqua River, Salmon Harbor West
    OR - Umpqua River, Scottsburg Park
    OR - Umpqua River, Umpqua Wayside State Park


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