State Land area open to suction dredging under a General Authorization by Department of State Lands and a Water Quality Permit issued by the Department of Environmental Quality

SU-17 Snapshot

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UPSTREAM: 42 56’22.57″N, 123 06’30.11″W
DOWNSTREAM: 42 56’18.24″N, 123 06’33.07″W

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SU-17-1  SU-17-2  SU-17-3  SU-17-4

This public area is open bank to bank, the entire width of the river.  This location is in Douglas County Proper.  This is a short area, about 500 feet long, with lots of gravel.

 Access Point SU-17-A

GOOGLE EARTH COORDINATES: 42 56’24.83″N, 123 06’33.99″W

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SU-17A-1  SU-17A-2  SU-17A-3  SU-17A-4

This public access point is located in Douglas County proper.  There is a gravel road directly off of the Tiller Trail Highway that leads directly onto the gravel bar.  4×4 vehicles are recommended.  Drive to the right to park.  Please do not block the access road

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