Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Indian Creek

Indian Creek

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Indian Creek originates in southwestern Monroe County and flows around 55 miles through Greene, Lawrence, and Martin Counties where it then empties into the East Fork of the White River. Indian Creek and its tributaries drain approximately 172 square miles of south-central Indiana (Andrews 1995). Fishing pressure is suspected to be low, mostly occurring in Greene and Lawrence
Counties. Indian Creek is considered to be navigable for 15 river miles from its confluence with the East Fork to the Martin-Lawrence County line.

East Fork of the White River in Martin County
Length - About 15 Miles

Indian Creek flows into the East Fork of the White River about .25 miles south of County Road 17/McBride Bluff Road. From this point the Indian Creek flows through Martin County northeast, crossing Indiana State Road 450 crossing into Lawrence County just north of County Road 92. Indian Creek is considered navigable its entire length in Martin County.

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