Porcupine, northcentral Utah
Porcupine Dam is on the East Fork Little Bear River in Cache County, Utah and is used for irrigation purposes. Construction was completed in 1962. It is owned by Porcupine Reservoir Co.
Porcupine is of earthen construction. Its length is 665 feet. Maximum discharge is 120 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 14500 acre feet. Normal storage is 12800 acre feet. It drains an area of 72 square miles.
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