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East Twin River Baseline Monitoring Report

By Steve Hogler and Jim Cahow


Streams in the East Twin Watershed flow southeastward through southern Kewaunee County and northern Manitowoc County to the City of Two Rivers were it enters Lake Michigan. The 101,196 acre watershed is split nearly evenly between Kewaunee and Manitowoc Counties with 42,932 acres (42.5%) in Kewaunee County and 58,264 acres (57.5%) in Manitowoc County. Streams within the watershed range from those that are intermittent to perennial named streams. Classifications of these streams are also widely variable with multiple classifications found on some streams. Of the 98.9 stream miles in the basin, 67.9 miles have had their biological use classified. In this watershed 12.5 miles of stream are classified as trout waters, 26.9 miles are classed as warmwater sport fisheries, 13.6 miles as warmwater forage fisheries, 9.9 miles as limited forage fisheries and 5 miles of limited aquatic life. Fish surveys have been conducted infrequently on the East Twin River, but those studies have found a wide variety of gamefish which range from trout in upper reaches

Year: 2010
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