A survey of the fishes of the Eleven Point River and its tributaries was made between 31 January 1976 and 13 February 1977. Sixty-three collections, literature records and personal communications revealed 90 species distributed among 19 families. This study revealed 31 species previously not reported for this river system. The Eleven Point River is a clear, predominantly springfed Ozark stream which is located in western Randolph County. From the Arkansas-Missouri state line, the Eleven Point River flows south for approximately 64 km before joining the Spring River. Terrain in the Arkansas portion of this river is rugged as the river meanders through the Salem Plateau of the Ozark Mountains.
Johnson, Michael B. and Beadles, John K.
"Fishes of the Eleven Point River Within Arkansas,"
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 31, Article 19.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jaas/vol31/iss1/19