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66 ° 19' 36" N, 147 ° 30' 37" W
6.8 mi (10.94 km)
335 ft (102.11 m)
an anabranch of the Yukon River, flows SW to New Cutoff, 4 mi. SW of Beaver, Yukon Flats.
Name derived from Joe Guay Island; reported in 1956 by T. E. Taylor, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
Pictures of, from, or near Joe Guay Slough.
Joe Guay Island, Whirlpool Island,
Annie Lake, Argo Bill Lake, Beaverdam Lake, Big Lake, Elbow Lake, Greenhorn Lake, Island Lake, Nelson Lake, North Fork Lake, Pitka Lake, Sunken Lake, Sweeney Lake, Twin Lakes,
Fish Slough, Joe Guay Slough,
Beaver Creek, Beaver Slough, Fish Creek, Whirlpool Slough,