Hyde County NC Bays


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Name USGS Topo Map
Abel Bay Pamlico Beach
Back Creek Middletown
Back Landing Bay Ponzer
Bell Bay Pamlico Beach
Bernice Creek Pamlico Point
Berry Creek Scranton
Berrys Bay Engelhard East
Buck Creek Bluff Point
Caffee Bay Great Island
Cowpen Creek Swanquarter
Cox Creek Pamlico Beach
Crab Cove Great Island
Crabtree Bay Ponzer
Cunning Harbor Bay Bluff Point
Deep Bay Pamlico Point
Deep Cove Pamlico Point
Doe Creek Bluff Point
Douglas Bay Middletown
Drum Cove Pamlico Point
East Bluff Bay Bluff Point
Eastard Bay Great Island
Georgia Bay Fairfield NE
Germantown Bay Scranton
Harbor Creek Bluff Point
Hickory Creek Bay Middletown
Hillerys Cove Middletown
Hobb Creek Pamlico Beach
Jeanette Creek Middletown
Juniper Bay Great Island
Juniper Creek Middletown OE S
Laurel Creek Bluff Point
Lightwood Snag Bay Scranton
Little Swash Opening Howard Reef
Lone Tree Creek Middletown
Marie Creek Pamlico Beach
Marsh Rock Creek Scranton
Mary Anns Pond Ocracoke
Middle Creek Pamlico Point
Middle Creek Middletown OE S
Middle Shoal Creek Scranton
Middletown Anchorage Middletown Anchorage
Mount Pheasant Bay Middletown
Northern Pond Ocracoke
Old Hill Bay Middletown
Otter Creek Engelhard East
Pamlico Sound Pamlico Sound 4 (All Water)
Pasture Creek Pamlico Beach
Poster Creek Ponzer
Raffing Creek Pamlico Beach
Rose Bay Scranton
Sage Bay Middletown OE S
Salt Pit Creek Pamlico Beach
Scouts Bay Fairfield NW
Seer Creek Pamlico Beach
Shingle Creek Green Island
Smokehouse Cove Great Island
Southwest Bay Bluff Point
Spencer Bay Scranton
Striking Bay Scranton
Stumpy Creek Bay Fairfield NE
Swanquarter Bay Great Island
Tar Hole Inlet Green Island
Tolers Bay Pamlico Point
Tooley Creek Scranton
West Bluff Bay Bluff Point
White Perch Bay Pamlico Point
Willow Creek Scranton
Winn Bay Fairfield NE
Wysocking Bay Middletown
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