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LITTLE MUD CREEK. Little Mud Creek, a spring-fed continuously flowing stream, rises (at 31°03' N, 96°32' W) two miles south of Owensville in west central Robertson County and flows south for nine miles to its mouth on Mud Creek (at 30°58' N, 96°35' W) two miles northwest of Elliott. The local terrain is sloping to level and is surfaced by loams that support post oaks and grasses.

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