Flows NW into Raush River
Not currently an official name.
Around 1930, Red Johnson trapped four small marten on this tributary of the Raush River. “They were pure black with white ears, and were worth big money in them days,” said fellow trapper Jack Damon in the 1970s. “He got $90 a piece for them. That was the end of his trapping for that year.”
- Wheeler, Marilyn. The Robson Valley Story. McBride, B.C.: Robson Valley Story Group, 1979