This entry needs correcting; I grew up on Big Brushy. The endpoint is Route 377 Cranston. US 60 is nowhere near. Also far too bony to bother with unless caught right after a good rain. - DC
Thanks for the heads up DC. I updated the correct route number. I agree it's hard to catch with enough water but well worth the time if you can. It usually runs 3-4 times per year and the run is short enough to do multiple laps with tons of great playspots throughout. The park n play is really fun too! JF
Best I can tell, the drainage area above the indicated put-in is about 5.4 square miles. This means you better be here while it's raining (or immediately thereafter) if you want to catch this with water!
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