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BRYANT CREEK 

 The Bryant Creek is a 40+ mile long stream crossing Douglas and Ozark Counties in the Ozark Mountains of South-Central Missouri.  It is called a creek but the water flow in the Bryant is greater than many 'rivers' in Missouri.

 Descriptions of the stream divide it into 2 zones:hodgson mill in ozark county Upper Bryant, from the headwaters to Hodgson Mill, and Lower Bryant, from Hodgson Mill to Norfork Lake.  Portions of Upper Bryant are what is called a "loosing stream'.  Some of the water disappears into the gravel in places.  Studies have indicated that the missing water travels under ground and feeds into the North Fork River.  Floating the Upper Bryant is more dependent on seasonal water level fluctuations, spring and after good rains bryant creekbeing the best.  The mill spring at Hodgson Mill on Highway 181 discharges about 23,500,000 gallons of  water daily into the Bryant.  This large steady flow helps enable the Lower Bryant to be floatable year round from this point down stream to Norfork Lake, a distance of about 26 miles.

 The Bryant passes through fairly uninhabitedbryant creek bottom regions of the Ozarks.  You will pass large rock bluffs, hardwood forests, and river bottom pasture.  Trips of 3 days are possible.  There are many good gravel bars for camping.

 Fishing is excellent on all stretches of the Bryant.  Catfish, blue gill, small mouth bass, and rock bass are some of the varieties you will bryant creekcatch.  Fly fishing for smallmouth bass is very popular, as are the spring runs of white bass and walleye coming up from Norfork Lake.

 

 

BRYANT CREEK WATERSHED MAP



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