How deep is the Mississippi River?

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The Mississippi River is 3 feet deep at it's hardwaters and is deepest between Governor Nicholls Wharf and Algiers point where it is 200 feet deep.
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The Mississippi creeks can get from 3 ft to 8 ft deep. On average depth, most parts of the Mississippi river would be as much as 75 ft.
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The Mississippi River's depth ranges from less than 3 feet at the headwaters in
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The Mississippi River's depth ranges from less than 3 feet at the headwaters in Minnesota, to the deepest section in New Orleans where it is 200 feet deep! report this answer. Updated
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depending where your at it could be about 2 or 3 feet deep where it starts to as much as 50 or 75 feet deep or more at the mouth.
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For the most part the Mississippi River is a shallow river but does have a few deep spots. The deepest stop is around Baton Rogue, Louisiana. It is about 198 feet deep. My husband stepped across the river where it begins in Minnesota. It was cool.
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