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Date 07-May-09
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About: - The Brazoz River is the largest river between the Rio Grande and the Red River has a total length of about 840 miles from the source of its longest fork. The river flows through most of the major physiographic regions of Texas. The Brazos has three upper forks: the Double Mountain, the Salt Fork, and the Clear Fork. The main stream of the Brazos River is formed in northeastern Stonewall County by the confluence of the Salt and Double Mountain Forks.

The main stream flows approximately 150 miles before it is backed up by the dam at Possum Kingdom Reservoir. The upper reaches of the main stream do not normally have sufficient water for recreational use until the Clear Fork adds its flow in Young County. Therefore, only the small section (approximately 25 miles) between the confluence with the Clear Fork and the back-up waters from Possum Kingdom Reservoir generally has sufficient water for recreational purposes. The upper reaches of the main stream pass through semi-arid farming and ranching country. Here, the river meanders within its own streambed, depositing large sand bars between the steep banks.

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