SOUTH BRADY CREEK
SOUTH BRADY CREEK. South Brady Creek rises ten miles north of Menard and two miles south of the Concho county line in northern Menard County (at 31°03' N, 99°50' W) and runs northeast for 25½ miles to its mouth on Brady Creek, twelve miles west of Brady and five miles east of the Concho county line in west central McCulloch County (at 31°10' N, 99°31' W). The creek is dammed several times and is surrounded by flat to rolling terrain surfaced by shallow stony soil that supports grasses, oaks, junipers, and mesquite. Tributaries include Reubes Creek in McCulloch County.
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