Taylorville Reservoir, Belfort Reservoir, High Falls Reservoir, and Lower Beaver River Topo Map

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The 95-acre Taylorville Reservoir averages 9 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 25 feet. Covering only about 40 acres, Belfort Reservoir averages 5 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 14 feet. The last of the Beaver River impoundments, the 185-acre High Falls Reservoir averages 5 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 18 feet. Tamed by the reservoirs, the Beaver River slowly snakes west for about 10 miles to feed the Black River, 1 mile east of Castorland. Dark, deep, steep sided, and loaded with windfalls, the Lower Beaver River runs through relatively flat farm country and bottomland forests. Key species: Chain pickerel, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, rock bass, walleye, northern pike, and brown bullhead.
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Belfort, New York

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