Table Wq01: Use Designations for Selected Streams and Impoundments in the Current River Watershed

Table Wq01: Use Designations for Selected Streams and Impoundments in the Current River Watershed


Missouri Department of Natural Resources use designations for selected streams and impoundments within the Current River Watershed (MDNR 2000c). Locations are given in section, township, range format.
Stream Name Class1 Miles acres* From To Designated Use2
Ashley Cr. P 2.5 Mouth 35,32n,7w lww,aql
Barren Fork P 2.0 Mouth 20,31n,4w lww,aql,cdf
Barren Fork P 7.0 20,31n,4w 32,32n,4w lww,aql
Bean Cr. C 6.0 Mouth 9,32n,8w lww,aql
Bear Camp Cr. C 4.5 Mouth 31,26n,1e lww,aql
Bear Claw Spr. P 0.2 Mouth 33,30n,08w lww,aql
Beaver Dam Cr. P 8.0 Mouth 9,24n,4e irr,lww,aql,wbc
Beaver Dam Cr. C 2.0 9,24n,4e 5,24n,4e lww,aql
Bee Rock Hollow C 1.4 Mouth 3,31n,7w lww,aql
Big Barren Cr. C 19.0 Mouth 32,26n,2w lww,aql,clf,wbc
Big Cr. C 27.0 Mouth 5,29n,8w lww,aql,clf
Big Cr. P 18.0 Mouth 5,31n,2w lww,aql,wbc
Blair Cr. C 4.0 31,30n,2w 18,30n,2w lww,aql
Blair Cr. P 8.0 Mouth 31,30n,2w lww,aql
Briar Cr. C 6.0 Mouth 13,23n,1e lww,aql
Buffalo Cr. P 5.0 Mouth 20,24n,1e irr,lww,aql
Cave Fork Cr. C 3.0 Mouth 10,24n,1w lww,aql
Current R. P 118.0 State Line 24,31n,6w irr,lww,aql,clf,wbc, btg
Current R. P 19.0 24,31n,6w Montauk Spr. lww,aql,cdf,wbc,btg
Cypress Ditch #1 C 9.0 State Line 1,22n,4e lww,aql
Cypress Cr. C 3.0 Mouth 24,23n,3e lww,aql
Dew Pond Hol. C 3.2 Mouth 15,30n,7w lww,aql
Dirt House Hol. C 1.9 Mouth 28,29n,07w lww,aql
Ditch #2 P 2.0 State Line 30,22n,4e lww,aql
Ditch to Ditch #2 P 1.5 Mouth 24,22n,3e lww,aql
Ditch #2 C 8.0 30,22n,4e 2,22n,4e lww,aql
Dry Bone Cr. C 1.0 Mouth 20,30n,7w lww,aql
Flat Cr. C 6.0 Mouth 20,24n,3e lww,aql
Gladden Cr. C 13.5 13,31n,6w 5,32n,5w lww,aql
Gladden Cr. P 2.0 Mouth 13,31n,6w lww,aql
Gordon Cr. P 2.0 Mouth 15,32n,3w lww,aql
Gordon Cr. C 0.5 15,32n,3w 11,32n,3w lww,aql
Harris Cr. C 4.5 Mouth Hwy. 142 lww,aql
Harviell Ditch (#3) C 16.0 State Line 14,23n,5e irr,lww,aql
Hodge Cr. C 2.0 28,32n,4w 16,32n,4w lww,aql
Huldy Hol. C 2.0 Mouth 28,31n,7w lww,aql
Hurricane Cr. C 6.0 Mouth Hwy. 21 lww,aql
L. Rocky Cr. C 1.0 12,28n,3w 1,28n,3w lww,aql
L. Rocky Cr. P 1.0 Mouth 12,28n,3w lww,aql
L. Blair Cr. C 2.0 Mouth 6,29n,2w lww,aql
L. Pike Cr. C 2.0 Mouth 3,26n,2w lww,aql
L. Black R. P 25.0 State Line 31,24n,5e irr,lww,aql,wbc,btg
L. Black R. P 16.0 31,24n,5e 9,24n,3e irr,lww,aql,clf,wbc btg
L. Sinking Cr. C 1.0 26,32n,3w 26,32n,3w lww,aql
L. Sinking Cr. P 4.0 Mouth 26,32n,3w lww,aql
Little Cr. C 4.0 Mouth 26,32n,4w lww,aql
Logan Cr. P 5.5 Mouth 36,23n,3e lww,aql
Logan Cr. C 6.0 36,23n,3e 9,23n,3e lww,aql
Loggers Lake L3 25* 10,15,31n,3w   lww,aql,wbc,btg
Mash Cr. C 2.0 12,30n,4w 35,31n,4w lww,aql
Mash Cr. P 0.5 Mouth 12,30n,4w lww,aql
Middle Prong C 1.0 Mouth 29,30n,3w lww,aql
Mill Cr. P 2.0 Mouth 8,27n,1w lww,aql
Mill Cr. C 2.0 8,27n,1w 1,27n,2w lww,aql
N. Prong L. Black R. C 10.0 32,25n,3e 35,26n,2e lww,aql
N. Fk. Buffalo Cr. C 4.5 18,24n,1e 21,24n,1w lww,aql
N. Fk. Buffalo Cr. P 2.0 20,24n,1e 18,24n,1e lww,aql
N. Prong L. Black R. P 3.0 9,24n,3e 32,25n,3e lww,aql
N. Ashley Cr. P 0.5 35,32n,7w 34,32n,7w lww,aql
N. Ashley Cr. C 8.0 34,32n,7w 34,32n,8w lww,aql
N. Pr. Beaverdam Cr. C 3.0 5,24n,4e 19,25n,4e lww,aql
Parker Hol. P 2.0 Mouth 20,32n,6w lww,aql,cdf
Pigeon Cr. C 6.0 8,32n,7w 34,33n,8w lww,aql
Pigeon Cr. P 6.0 Montauk Spr. 8,32n,7w lww,aql,cdf
Pike Cr. P 3.0 Mouth 34,27n,1w lww,aql,clf
Pike Cr. C 22.0 34,27n,1w 27,27n,3w lww,aql
Pine Valley Cr. C 6.5 Mouth 13,28n,1w lww,aql
Pond Spring Br. P 1.9 Mouth 15,30n,8w lww,aql
Ripley Co. Lake L3 20* 10,23n,1e   lww,aql,wbc,btg
Rocky Cr. P 2.0 Mouth 6,28n,2w lww,aql
Rogers Cr. C 9.4 Mouth 28,28n,2w lww,aql
S. Prong L. Black R. C 6.0 Hwy. 21 33,25n,2e lww,aql
S. Prong L. Black R. P 5.5 9,24n,3e Hwy. 21 lww,aql
S. Prong Beaverdam Cr. C 6.5 5,24n,4e 27,25n,3e lww,aql
S. Fk. Buffalo Cr. C 4.0 30,24n,1e 34,24n,1w lww,aql,clf
S. Ashley Cr. P 5.0 Mouth 9,31n,7w lww,aql
S. Ashley Cr. C 2.0 9,31n,7w 18,31n,7w lww,aql
S. Fk. Buffalo Cr. P 2.0 20,24n,1e 30,24n,1e lww,aql,clf
Sinking Cr. P 21.0 Mouth 8,32n,3w lww,aql,clf,wbc
Spring Valley Cr. P 7.5 Mouth 35,30n,5w lww,aql
Spring Valley Cr. C 10.0 35,30n,5w 6,29n,5w lww,aql
Spring Alec Hol. P 1.5 Mouth 29,30n,2w lww,aql
Spring Alec Hol. C 1.0 29,30n,2w 21,30n,2w lww,aql
Sutton's Cr. P 1.0 Mouth 12,29n,4w lww,aql
Sycamore Cr. C 1.0 Mouth 15,27n,3w lww,aql
Trib to L. Rocky Cr. C. 1.0 Mouth 1,28n,3w lww,aql
Trib. to Big Cr. C 3.0 Mouth 4,29n,8w lww,aql
Trib. to Big Cr. C 2.0 Mouth 2,29n,8w lww,aql
Trib. to N. Pr. Beaverdam Cr. C 1.0 Mouth 19,25n,4e lww,aql
White Oak Hol. C 2.0 Mouth 28,32n,5w lww,aql
Yoga Spring P 0.1 Mouth 29,30n,7w lww,aql

1 L1-Lakes used primarily for public drinking water supply.

L2-Major reservoirs.

L3-Other lakes which are waters of the state. For effluent regulation purposes, publicly owned lakes are those for which a subtantial portion of the surrounding lands are publicly owned or managed.

P-Streams that maintain permanent flow even in drought periods.

C-Streams that may cease flow in dry periods but maintain permanent pools which support aquatic life.

2 lww-livestock & wildlife watering clf-cool water fishery

aql-protection of warm water aquatic life

wbc-whole body contact recreation

and human health-fish consumption.

btg-boating & canoeing

cdf-cold water fishery irr-Irrigation

*Acres given for Impoundments.

Note: This table is not presented as a final authority.

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