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Alaska, United States
The Dog Salmon River is a tributary of the Ugashik River, having its confluence with the Ugashik just 4 miles (6 km) from the head of Ugashik Bay on the Central Alaska Peninsula of southwest Alaska.It flows 67 miles (108 km) from glacial headwaters in a valley of the Aleutian Range situated between Mount Chiginagak and Mount Kialagvik westward to a wide, tidal zone located in the far upper reaches of Ugashik Bay.
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