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Jurisdictional Waterways under Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act

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Navigable Waters of the United States*

Jurisdictional Waterways under Section 10(Jurisdictional Waterways under Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act)

(Jurisdictional Waterways under Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act)
  • Big Sioux River - From Military Road (Old US Highway 77 bridge) at North Sioux City, South Dakota to its confluence with the Missouri River (Approximately 5 miles)
  • Big Stone Lake - State of South Dakota
  • Bois de Sioux River - From Lake Traverse in South Dakota to Wahpeton, North Dakota
  • Flaming Gorge Reservoir - (Green River) From the Headwaters of the Reservoir to the Wyoming / Utah state line
  • James River - From Jamestown, North Dakota to its confluence with the Missouri River near Vermillion, South Dakota
  • Kootenai River - From the International Border between the United States and Canada downstream to Jennings Rapids near Jennings, Montana
  • Lake Traverse State of South Dakota
  • Missouri River - From its Headwaters near Three Forks, Montana downstream to the Iowa / Missouri state line on its eastern bank and the Nebraska / Kansas state line on its western bank
  • Red River of the North - From Wahpeton, North Dakota to the International Border between the United States and Canada
  • Upper Des Lacs Lake State of North Dakota
  • Yellowstone River - From Emigrant, Montana downstream to its confluence with the Missouri River in North Dakota

*Navigable waters of the U.S. do not include "waters of the U.S." that are jurisdictional waters under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.